Amazon Swagger

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Guayusa Tea
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190 °F / 87 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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  • “This was my first experience with guayusa. The blend is made of uniformly cut plant material of varying shades of green. The fragrance is very subtle and is close to a mix of spearmint and oregano....” Read full tasting note
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Guayusa (why-you-suh). Swagger that lasts all day long. Guayusa is from the Kichwa tribe of Ecuador. Hunters drink it to sharpen their senses; medicine men drink it to encourage dreams at night. Despite having more caffeine than coffee, the balanced energy of guayusa does not cause jitters or impair sleep. This naturally smooth and great tasting miracle of the Amazon jungle is what you need get your swagger on.

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This was my first experience with guayusa. The blend is made of uniformly cut plant material of varying shades of green. The fragrance is very subtle and is close to a mix of spearmint and oregano. Once brewed, the aroma is of caramel with an impression of sugary-mint underneath.

The prepared drink is surprisingly sweet but in a light, mellow way. It tastes like a weak cola with a hint of mint. There’s also a slight woodiness. As the cup cools, it develops a suggestion of malt. There isn’t any lingering aftertaste, but instead a continuing sense of sweetness.

Shui Tea includes a caffeine meter on each package (kind of cool feature) and their Swagger line shows 5+ bars. This indicates that the caffeine content is higher than that of coffee. This probably leads to more of a bounce than a swagger, but it works!

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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