“Almost everyone has a story about Grandma’s Mulberry tree and that rich mulberry taste”
Mulberries can be used in a variety of food and drink. Here are a few examples.
A premium seasonal gin made in the style of English sloe gin, with hand-picked local mulberries in place of the traditional sloes. The mulberries are steeped in the gin, then pressed by hand, final steps include light filtering before bottling. The naturally sweet, rich and smooth mulberry flavours distinguish this elegant gin.
Learn More About Mulberries
Mulberries are the fruits of mulberry trees (Morus sp.) and related to figs and breadfruit.
The trees are traditionally grown for their leaves — in Australia, Asia and North America. They’re the only food that silkworms eat.
They carry colourful berries — most commonly black, white, or red — that are often made into wine, fruit juice, tea, jam, or canned foods, but can also be dried and eaten as a snack.
Due to their sweet flavour, impressive nutritional value, and various health benefits, mulberries are gaining popularity worldwide