Yerba Maté Chocolatté

Tea type
Yerba maté Tea
Ingredients
Cocoa, Spices, Yerba Mate Leaves
Flavors
Cinnamon, Cocoa, Chocolate, Earth
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Bulk, Tea Bag
Caffeine
Low
Certification
Fair Trade, Organic
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Average preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 7 min, 0 sec 258 oz / 7630 ml

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  • “Ok, I managed to go one day without having a cup or three of yerba mate, but I don't feel like going more than one day. It just tastes too good! Compared to the loose leaf teas I have been...” Read full tasting note
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    MegWesley 540 tasting notes
  • “Very sad day... This is my second-to-last bag of this. I shall need to buy more next week when I go grocery shopping. I love it. I have a lot of the Traditional Mate left, but I don't like it as...” Read full tasting note
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    teaqueen 373 tasting notes
  • “SIPDOWN! Love this brewed strong with a splash of milk. It's sweet and spicy and a bit mysterious -- just so different from everything else in my stash. But I won't be buying more anytime soon,...” Read full tasting note
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    janefan 2614 tasting notes
  • “Backlogging! Made a cup of this at work and it was pretty much amazing. Deep chocolate flavor with a tad bit of spice. It always reminds me of warm chocolate milk. There is always a creamy, milky...” Read full tasting note
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    kalmal 814 tasting notes

From Guayaki

Mate Chocolatté is a decadent blend of yerba mate, cocoa, and spices. A blissful blend for chocolate lovers.

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53 Tasting Notes

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Ok, I managed to go one day without having a cup or three of yerba mate, but I don’t feel like going more than one day. It just tastes too good!

Compared to the loose leaf teas I have been drinking recently, the cup isn’t as clear as the other ones. But it is the nice chocolate with a hint of spice chocolate mate I remember. I found this bag floating around with my roommate’s stuff. She said she didn’t remember if it was a gift or not, so I took it back. Yummy.

Two cups of tea this morning. I’m going to have to have a glass of water to follow these ones so I don’t get burnt out by the caffeine. Well, more from the caffeine in the mate than anything.

Preparation
5 min, 0 sec

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373 tasting notes

Very sad day… This is my second-to-last bag of this. I shall need to buy more next week when I go grocery shopping. I love it. I have a lot of the Traditional Mate left, but I don’t like it as much.

It’s so sweet and rich and spicy and earthy… The mouthfeel is creamy and decadent. It’s a beautiful way to wake up in the morning. My favorite breakfast tea.

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SIPDOWN!

Love this brewed strong with a splash of milk. It’s sweet and spicy and a bit mysterious — just so different from everything else in my stash. But I won’t be buying more anytime soon, because I still have too much tea! That being said, I am now down to 120 teas!!! and 20 of those are single servings (samples, or one-off teabags). If I were really disciplined, I would vow to have one a day for the next 20 days so I can get down to 100. And I would do it. But I know myself. I’m not that disciplined. I did put them all in their own basket on top of my kitchen table though, so maybe I will reach for them first. Except the Constant Comment. Blegh. That one’s for when my mom comes over (although thankfully even her tastes have graduated beyond Bigelow).

(NOTE: This “only 120 teas” total is also due on part to having taken a dozen or so out of my cupboard and put in a box to give away a couple months ago. I have yet to actually give them to anyone. I guess I should list them on here? It’s mostly 52teas partial pouches, and some Lupicia samples. I will try to post them on the giveaway thread soon.)

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 8 min or more

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Backlogging! Made a cup of this at work and it was pretty much amazing. Deep chocolate flavor with a tad bit of spice. It always reminds me of warm chocolate milk. There is always a creamy, milky note to it. Honestly, probably one of my favorite mates.

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1212 tasting notes

I didn’t fall asleep till late and my boyfriend of course wakes up at 8:30 and makes me eat breakfast. Then I discover the world juniors gold medal game is on. I fall asleep during the end, but wake up in time to hear bad anthem singing. USA!

And now I am still not awake. This was the only mate I brought over with me I think, and it is a teabag, so I cannot remember who gave me this because I never put them in my spreadsheet if there’s just one.

I put milk in the mug first then added enough hot water for a cup total, and let it steep probably 10 minutes.

This definitely isn’t how I thought it would taste. I was expecting just chocolate but there’s spices in here that make it seem more like chai. It’s also disgustingly sweet, and I see on their website that is thanks to stevia. Glad they could make that clear anywhere, I was looking all over the place and finally realized the ingredients are in a fake looking nutritional facts chart.

I’d probably really like this if it wasn’t for that stevia. It just ruins it. Cinnamon, nutmeg, and clove wouldn’t be something I’d match with chocolate, but it seems to work until the sweetness hits.

Indigobloom

Stevia! kills everything :/

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59 tasting notes

This is less chocolate and more spice than I was hoping for. It’s not bad, but I was expected a richer, deeper chocolate flavor and instead keep getting spice tap danced across my tongue. If you’re looking for a chocolate mate, I’d suggest 52 Teas brand, instead!

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While I have an appreciation for bitter flavors that are awesome (dark roast coffee, certain teas, wicked dark chocolate, etc), my introduction to Yerba Mate was, “Whoa…too bitter for me.” However, I have such fond memories of my visit to Guayaki in California, I just had to try it again. This time I picked up a box of this cocoa infused blend. I tried it with lots of positive attitude but inner bracing against possible bitterness. OH…my…yumminess! Delicate sweetness, light cocoa and spice flavor, warming and delicious. Frothed with a little milk/non dairy bev. and a touch of honey, this became a latte of cocoa laced with spices; the yerba mate’s earthy and vegetal flavor creating a lovely counterpoint.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 5 min, 15 sec

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I bought a box of this a long time ago (at least a year, if not much longer). The bags are dwindling down, and I’m glad that it’s almost gone. It’s just kinda gross.

I’ve never had plain yerba mate, so I don’t know how well I like it. But I don’t like this. It does taste slightly chocolate, and it’s got some spice…but it’s just not good. Wouldn’t recommend this to anyone.

Preparation
5 min, 0 sec

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Tried this the other day, and I think it would have been really tasty if it weren’t for all the stevia. I usually find stevia to be one of the less offensive non-sugar sweeteners, but this tea just had way too much of it! Ick! Definitely not for me.

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I’m such a loose tea snob but while rushing around from appointment to appointment this week I’ve turned to my tried and true Mate Chocolatte. It tastes a bit like a gingerbread to me, slightly like chocolate, but more like a rich spice.

This kind of keeps my energy up, I have 3 appointments to go, so technically about halfway done with the day but only about 2.5 hours, so I’m relying on this tea to get me home and cozied up with my kitten and my STASH of new teas.

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