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Mulberry Tea

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  • “I don't actually recall where I got this sample, I think it was at a vegetarian food festival. The bags are paper with cotton twine in a rectangular paper envelope and say "product of Thailand" on...” Read full tasting note
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Natural Herbal Tea: Mulberry
SO106: 20 gm

A milky hydrating cleanser that is gentle and yet effective leaving skin moisturized and non-greasy. Extract of Grapefruit and Centella asiatica refreshes and revitalizes your skin complexion. Allantoin promotes a soothing effect.

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I don’t actually recall where I got this sample, I think it was at a vegetarian food festival. The bags are paper with cotton twine in a rectangular paper envelope and say “product of Thailand” on the back.

You have to kind of poke at the bag in the water to get the osmosis going, as the paper bag seems to be a little thick. Hence I start steeping it a little on the hot side. The leaves leak a pale mint green into the water that slowly turns to a gold-green, somewhere between citrine and peridot. On a positive note, the thicker paper means less dust or leaf “leakage” into the cup. There really isn’t much smell to it.

What seems so unassuming in the cup is really lovely on the tongue, however. It’s smooth and the mulberries add a slight sweet and woodsiness to it so that you don’t need any sweetener and it’s not astringent. It’s calming and refreshing all at the same time. I really like this for an evening relaxing tea and will need to find a reasonable source for it. Definitely more than meets the eye.

(yes, I’m trying to use up all my bagged samples to make room for good loose tea…)

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Vegetarian Food Festivals! YAY!


LOL yup, pretty big up here in hippie town.


Seattlemeg, you live in Capitol Hill?


LOL no, Ballard. I got the samples at VegFest down at the Seattle Center. Wasn’t much else there that was worth the price of admission, though. Except maybe those mighty-O doughnut samples. Not much good tea over here in Ballard, Miro sucks. I did like the place (Remedy?) over by Group Health, however.


Haha ok. My ex said the hippies are all in CH, that’s why I asked:)


ROFL! The hippies are allllllll over. Capitol Hill is actually mostly “alternative”, young and gay. Ballard is older and Scandinavian with a nasty encroachment of condos. Fremont still has a lot of hippies, but they’re not poor. More like hippies that make a lot of money off their art and shop at the organic supermarket. LOL


Just don’t get me started on Magnolia;)




But that isn’t fair. It’s not the entire neighborhood’s fault my ex’s parents live there lol. It’s actually gorgeous.


Magnolia’s okay. Very hilly. I like being down by the water more.

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