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White Mulberry Leaf 

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White Mulberry Leaf

Savor the Magic of Mulberry

Aumtea’s White Mulberry tea is an infusion of the leaves from the White Mulberry tree (Morus Alba). Here in Thailand, white mulberry trees are also used to nourish the silk worms that produce world-renowned Thai silk. Our White Mulberry has a fresh, lightly bittersweet flavor accompanied by a warm natural aroma.


In addition to its pleasant taste, White Mulberry is rich in antioxidants as well as calcium, minerals and dietary fiber. Initial studies have also shown that White Mulberry has potential anti-diabetic effects, as it helps to lower blood sugar levels. White Mulberry has long been used as a traditional treatment for diabetes in Korea and China.


For our clients practicing Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), our White Mulberry has sweet, bitter, and cold properties.


Aumtea’s White Mulberry herbal infusion is always grown in its natural state, and is 100% free from pesticides, caffeine, coloring, sugar, preservatives and any other chemical  substances. 

"Let's highlight the exquisite appearance and freshness of the dry leaf first, indicating the effort and care given from harvest to packaging. The leaves are whole, a vibrant green, and seem full of life. ... One can tell that these spear-like shaped leaves were processed with great skill and attention to detail to maintain their color, flavor, and, of course, nutritional value. ...When it comes to the flavor, it's a unique combination of sweetness and savory notes."

Sandra Loeffelmann, sinensis

How to Brew the Perfect Cup of White Mulberry leaf infusion

Brewing tea and herbal infusions is a blend of art, science, and meditation. 

Follow this guide for a marvelous cup of White Mulberry:


  1. Begin by boiling 6-8 ounces (200-250 ml) of pure water.

  2. Place one teaspoon of White Mulberry shredded leaf into your tea pot.

  3. Let the water cool for about one minute. The perfect temperature is just below the boiling point, at 160-200 F (71-93 C).

  4. Pour a little water over the leaves to rinse them, and then drain the water.

  5. Fill your pot with the hot water and steep for 3-5 minutes.

  6. Pour, serve, and savor!


Recommended Usage: 2-6 cups per day

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