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Bamboo grows in abundance near many tea farms in China. One of the highlights of every trip we make there is enjoying fresh bamboo served with our meals. We are pleased to offer you dried bamboo leaves to prepare as a tisane. When you steep & strain like tea, the pretty green leaves steep into a light, vegetal and sweet brew.

Our Asian friends think  that it can help improve your wellbeing. 

Be sure to check out all our tisanes.

Ingredients: Bamboo leaves.

Mike's Tea Ratings

Briskness: 1
Body: 1
Aroma: 2
Details: When we were approached about offering Bamboo leaf, we were intrigued. What would a liquor taste like from these bright green leaves? As it turns out, they taste quite nice, so we are happy to offer another of Asia's best plants.
Dry Leaves: Thin green bamboo leaves.
Liquor: A clear greenish-yellow, very pale.
Aroma: This herbal has a very distinct vegetal aroma, it edges towards asparagus.
Caffeine Level: Caffeine Free
Body: A very light body.
Flavors: The darker notes of asparagus and other leaf vegetals make nice tasting herbal.
Brewing Time: 5 minutes
Brewing Temp: 212°Fº