Mulberry Tea from Korea
This tea from South Korea comes from wild growth, so it is completely natural and you can taste it. The package contains 40 tea bags.
Mulberry tea is popular because of its wonderful taste, which reminds slightly of green tea. As a pure herbal tea, it does not have any caffeine, which has an advantage over green tea and makes it a particularly preferred tea for the evening hours.
On the other hand, this tea also stands out with its ingredients. Just like green tea, mulberry tea contains many vitamins, minerals, and trace elements. But that is not all. Also, amino acids, saccharides, and secondary plant substances are contained in the mulberry leaves, which also have a special health effect.
Because of its ingredients, mulberry tea is often used in traditional Chinese medicine. It is often drunk to increase the general well-being in case of high cholesterol, high blood pressure or high blood sugar. In Asia, mulberry tea is regarded as a slimming tea.
Origin of mulberry tea
This tea comes from the mountainous regions of South Korea, more precisely from the province of Jeollanam-do, where it grows and is harvested. It comes from young leaves of the mulberry bush. These are picked by hand and then roasted over an open fire.
Mulberry tea is very popular in North Asia. The mulberry bush is considered a “divine tree” there. It has played an important role in silk production for thousands of years, because the silkworms are fed with the leaves.
The pure herbal tea from South Korea has a golden-yellow infusion and a slightly nutty aroma. It comes very close to the taste of green tea.
Ingredients: 100% mulberry leaves in 40 tea bags of 1 g each.
Pour boiling water over a tea bag and let it steep for three to five minutes. The infusion can also last longer because mulberry tea contains very few bitter substances. The tea does not become bitter even after a longer brewing time.
Let yourself also be inspired by our other teas from Korea.