Organic Yerba Mate

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Yerba maté Tea
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  • “This is my first mate and I really don't know what to make of it. Its sort of grassy and has a caffeine kick to it. The taste isn't unpleasant and I'm not sure what to compare it to. I'm drinking...” Read full tasting note
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Laboratorios Heredia was created in 1996 and from its beginnings, it was dedicated to the manufacturing of herbal products. In its plant of Boulogne, Argentina, processes and packages infusions for its own brands and for numerous companies that trust their products to us.
Antioxidant green tea
Helps with digestion
Organic
Mate is a very popular herbal tea in South America. “Hierba” (yerba) mate (llex paraguariensis) is a native leaf that grows in Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay. Enjoyed daily by the people from these and other South American countries, drinking yerba mate is one more way of gathering with family and friends. The Yerba mate is known for its powerful antioxidants, as a source of energy and for its beneficial interaction with the digestion process. As with any other green tea, it can be enjoyed hot or cold, sweetened or unsweetened. Furthermore, this product has the excellent benefit of being certified as 100% organic.

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This is my first mate and I really don’t know what to make of it. Its sort of grassy and has a caffeine kick to it. The taste isn’t unpleasant and I’m not sure what to compare it to. I’m drinking it straight w/o anything added. Its in a tea bag and is probably different than a whole leaf mate fixed in a gourd. I don’t get any aftertaste from it. It will wake you up in the mornings. I’m not even sure how to rate this unless I compare it to a green tea which I’m going to do. So, I’m going to do a little more experimenting with this until I fully understand what I am drinking and how to properly make it. If you have any ideas, please leave me a comment as I’m willing to try anything to see how mate should taste.

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