Chinese Sweet Blackberry Leaf

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(Rubus chingii var. suavissimus folium). Also known as Chinese sweet tea or Tencha in Japanese (Note: there is also a green tea called Tencha, although in Japanese the characters that refer to Tencha green and Tencha sweet “tea” are different). This sweet blackberry leaf is an herbal tisane that belongs to the rose family. The Rubus genus has many species, including blackberry, loganberry, raspberry and many more. This particular subspecies produces a leaf that is quite sweet, without the aftertaste that is sometimes associated with other sweet tisanes such as stevia leaf or licorice root. This traditional Chinese tisane is said to be over 100 times sweeter than cane sugar. Herbal practitioners have used this herb to alleviate seasonal allergy symptoms in both China and Japan.

Try sweet blackberry leaf on its own, or blended into all your favorite teas and tisanes.

Brew tea at 212º – steep for 3 minutes.

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