Mocha Nut Mate

Tea type
Yerba maté Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Chocolate, Coffee, Hazelnut, Bitter, Cocoa, Earth, Herbaceous, Mocha, Nuts, Nutty
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Caffeine
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Edit tea info Last updated by Madison Bartholemew
Average preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 4 min, 15 sec 8 oz / 226 ml

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  • “So Adagio suggested 150F but that seemed a bit low, plus the zojirushi has 140 and 175, so I just went with 175. ANYWAY. I've been avoiding this sampler but I think it's time to give it a try...” Read full tasting note
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    kiaharii 248 tasting notes
  • “"Mmmm, chocolate..." is my first thought when I opened the package. It's not just chocolate though, there's a richer, nutty scent as well. I'm glad that there was no actual coffee involved in the...” Read full tasting note
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    JillDragon 1622 tasting notes
  • “This is a backlog of when I finished this tea up. This was a nice tisane with milk and sugar. This is an okay mate, and it definitely wasn't the best I've tried.” Read full tasting note
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    oOTeaOo 1598 tasting notes
  • “this is delicious. this tea is my first time ever having mate, but after sipping it on my commute to school, it certainly won't be the last. I am convinced to buy more after this sample runs out! ” Read full tasting note
    LissaMarie 190 tasting notes

From Adagio Teas

The mellow chicory-like character of our Brazilian toasted mate is a perfect platform for a favorite indulgence – chocolate! Add a bit of hazelnut and you have the perfect treat. Great straight up or enhanced with cream and sugar this mate chocolate hazelnut is sure to entice your taste buds.

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49 Tasting Notes

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248 tasting notes

So Adagio suggested 150F but that seemed a bit low, plus the zojirushi has 140 and 175, so I just went with 175. ANYWAY.

I’ve been avoiding this sampler but I think it’s time to give it a try again and play with the brewing. This one is pretty good, nice toasty flavor. Not a whole lot of the chocolate that the description says should be there. Some sort of nut flavor is there, not sure which though! I really do need to try teas straight before I try the flavors. Oh well, tasty in any case. :)

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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1622 tasting notes

“Mmmm, chocolate…” is my first thought when I opened the package. It’s not just chocolate though, there’s a richer, nutty scent as well. I’m glad that there was no actual coffee involved in the making of this tea because my stomach is quite sensitive to it. It doesn’t quite taste like mocha either, more like Nutella in diluted liquid form or something. I’m also not getting that distinct herbal flavour that I get with green mate so i think going with the roasted version for this blend was a good move.

This tea could easily become addictive, I fear. ;)

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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1598 tasting notes

This is a backlog of when I finished this tea up. This was a nice tisane with milk and sugar. This is an okay mate, and it definitely wasn’t the best I’ve tried.

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190 tasting notes

this is delicious. this tea is my first time ever having mate, but after sipping it on my commute to school, it certainly won’t be the last. I am convinced to buy more after this sample runs out!

Meghann M

Glad to hear this is good:) I just picked up a sample today!

LissaMarie

yay! i can’t wait to hear what you think about it. I am pleasantly surprised ( as usual with adagio!) .

RachanaC (Rachel)-iHeartTeas

I sampled this at the store yesterday and it was rather good. I found it was wonderfully roasted, a bit earthy, and the chocolate wasn’t sweet it was more light unsweetened dark chocolate. Yum!

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4550 tasting notes

I ordered this because… well, because it sounded yummy. It also sounded a lot like a tisane I developed a few years ago (my Almond Mocha Mate) and I miss it, so rather than blend a batch of my recipe (which I really didn’t want to do), I wanted to see if I could find something that is an adequate substitute.

This is really good. It is similar to my Almond Mocha Mate but where there was almond flavor there, there is a hazelnut flavor here, which is actually kind of nice. It’d be better with a little more chocolate-y flavor though. But then… everything is better with a little more chocolate.

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505 tasting notes

Thanks again to MadelineAlyce for swapping with me!

Wow this one is brisk. I’ve been using that work a lot lately, but I keep picking strong morning teas I guess haha. I made this this morning on my LASTDAYOFWORK, ahhh. It was an awesome way to get through the day!

The mate bits are a lot smaller than I expected! So after a messy time with my strainer thing, I just used a tea-sac for the rest of it. Problem solved. :)

It brew up a little murky, but it was just the mate getting naughty with the water. Delicious chocolate flavour, and the SMELL – ahh I would choose this over coffee any day, but to be honest even the taste reminded me of a flavoured coffee! Not a bad thing at all.

The chicory proved a little too strong for me to try this one again, but I greatly enjoyed the 3 cups+resteeps I had with this tea. Thanks!!

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96 tasting notes

150 degrees? Oops. I didn’t realize that it was supposed to be steeped at such a low temperature until I came here to review and read the other reviews.

Picked this up at Adagio’s birthday celebration because it smelled so wonderful in the jar. Mate has been wonderful for me in preventing my migraines so I drink it when I know I might be prone to one but so far I’ve only found one that I liked enough to be my go-to mate. I brewed this the same way I brew that one and it didn’t turn out any worse for the wear. This is certainly nutty and toasty but I’m missing the chocolate notes. I don’t mind the missing chocolate but I certainly wouldn’t mind if it was there either.

This tea is yummy, chocolate or not.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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539 tasting notes

This is yet another Adagio tea that I have been neglecting to drink. I got a sample of this tea last year. I always disliked steeping it because the leaf is so so small! My solution to the steep problem has been to use Teavana tea bags. They solved the mess quickly and I will have to remember it for future steeps. This tea has a great price tag ($6/3oz).
I’m actually really anticipating upping the rating on this because I think that as I have tried more tea that the nuances of this will be more appreciated.
mmmm I think this is much better than other times I have brewed it. Why have I been neglecting this tea?! Very tasty with lots of different nut notes. The chocolate is there, but in the form I like it most: not overly chocolate oil. I steeped for 5min and I think that this was the perfect timing for my taste buds.

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154 tasting notes

So…
150 degrees!?! 3-5 minutes?!? What?!? it’s an herbal!?! surely… adagio you jest and have lost your mind! This is going to be like how I hate your black tea steeping suggestions isn’t it…
Nope… it’s really good! I was expecting it to be weak. It’s not… It has chocolate and hazelnut and both flavors are strong.
Oddly for me no complaints so far… When I have one I’ll post.
hm
YUM

Preparation
150 °F / 65 °C 3 min, 15 sec

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Thanks LiberTEAs!
Nutty – yes!
Mocha – Yes!
Chocolate – not so much, but I can taste slight hints, I suppose…it’s more in the aroma tho
fairly smooth aftertaste.
Not bad but not overly flavorful. It’s more nutty than chocolately or your stereotypical Mate.

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