Matè Java Espresso

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Black Yerba maté Blend
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  • “I've been on a new-to-me tea spree, since I need to get a better handle on what might go in tea boxes. I'm kind of missing my favorites! Opening my sample bag, the smell of this one is DIVINE. ...” Read full tasting note
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  • “*TheTeaFairy* was kind enough to send me some more of this "because you liked it a lot and it's not in your cupboard anymore". That's true - I did like it a lot, and I still do. Thank you for...” Read full tasting note
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  • “So the rule is I will not add creamer to a tea until I have had it first without it because I'm still in the process of figuring out all the differences between teas. Can't learn squat if they all...” Read full tasting note
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    Littleelle 268 tasting notes

From Tealux

Mate Java Espresso is an exclusive Tealux blend that is not available to buy from anywhere else!

Delicious, slow roasted Mate tea forms the base of the blend, with a deep and complex slightly smoky flavor palate and rich natural caffeine content. Black tea blends perfectly with the naturally sourced Mate, to provide the ideal balance of flavors and aromas.

Natural sweetness is added to our Mate Java Espresso thanks to the presence of real chocolate pieces, vanilla pods and cinnamon. Mate Java Espresso is a full-flavored, robust tea that is at once both rich and complex. A premium blend of sweetness and depth that provides the perfect alternative to coffee! Mate Java Espresso has a relatively high caffeine content compared to other tea blends, so please bear this in mind if drinking it in the evening!

Ingredients: Roasted Matè, black tea, chocolate pieces, cinnamon pieces, vanilla bits and flavour.

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I’ve been on a new-to-me tea spree, since I need to get a better handle on what might go in tea boxes. I’m kind of missing my favorites! Opening my sample bag, the smell of this one is DIVINE. oh wow. This is a roasted yerba mate mixed with black tea. I can see chocolate chips and little cinnamon pieces in the blend. There is also supposed to be vanilla! I don’t know why the package says this has zero caffiene since it is both a black tea AND yerba mate. After a four minute steep, I’m thinking this could be one of my favorites from Tealux. It’s a nice roasty, earthy, rustic flavor (I love roasted yerba mates). The other flavors aren’t extremely pronounced, but you get hints of chocolate, vanilla and cinnamon. It reminds me of Fusion’s Chocolate Mate but that one tastes slightly more like a barbeque. haha. I could easily order two ounces of this one!

Nxtdoor

the package says zero caffeine? Funny. The Steepster description says “Mate Java Espresso has a relatively high caffeine content compared to other tea blends”

Tea Sipper

Yeah, and I was the one that added the description for this tea. I copied it from Tealux’s site, so I guess it was their mistake on the package. I should really drink a cup of this one again…

Nxtdoor

Thanks for changing that description then! I resteeped last night before i went to bed and had a little bit left on my night table. I took a sip of it this morning. It is really good cold!

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TheTeaFairy was kind enough to send me some more of this “because you liked it a lot and it’s not in your cupboard anymore”. That’s true – I did like it a lot, and I still do.
Thank you for reintroducing me to an old favorite.

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So the rule is I will not add creamer to a tea until I have had it first without it because I’m still in the process of figuring out all the differences between teas. Can’t learn squat if they all taste like hazelnut creamer. Most times I won’t add creamer at all (North African Mint and hazelnut creamer anyone? Didn’t think so) but some of the chocolate teas are screaming for it.

This tea, which I should not be having at 10 pm, tastes a little like java but mostly like mate. Can’t taste any black tea, nor was I able to smell it. Also not entirely sure about vanilla. While I might not be able to pick out anything specific beyond light coffee, it all comes together to make a tasty tea.

See, Dexter3657 ? I told you you’re batting a thousand today.

Kittenna

Ohhhh you reminded me that my roomie who is on an extended vacation left some creamer in her fridge, and an open invitation for us to consume any perishables in said fridge. I’ve gotta make up some black teas and drink them with some creamer… just because I can, and would never buy it myself. (I wish it was hazelnut, but I think it might be… French Vanilla?)

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