Medicinal Properties Both Internally and Topically
Tastes Like Black Tea Due To Special Fermentation Process
High In Tannin, Contains No Caffeine
Blackberry has been in use throughout the world for ages. The ancient Greeks and Romans used the leaves and roots for their medicinal properties both internally and topically and prized the fruit as a delicacy.
Blackberry leaf tea doesn't taste like blackberries at all, it tastes more like black tea thanks to the special fermentation process. The tea is flavorful, high in tannin, and contains no caffeine, which explains why its often used as a tea substitute.