Mulberry trees are normally grown for the fruit than their leaves. It matures gradually, from late June to August. Mature fruits are juicy, sweet, soft and delicious to eat. The fruit contain a rich taste and are same to the look of raspberries. Mulberry tea, an aromatic herbal drink, is prepared from the fresh and dried leaves of the white and black mulberry tree, grown in several parts of Asia. Mulberry tea can be consumed hot or cold. To maximize the carbohydrate-blocking effects, avoid sweetening the tea. In addition to containing a number of vital nutrients and antioxidants, the tea is believed to inhibit the body’s absorption of carbohydrates.