Mate Sweet Energy

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Yerba maté Tea
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200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 45 sec

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  • “I am a fan of fruit but not so much grassy, and while this has both, they seem to cancel out each other, thus something I am now dubbing *frassy* in flavour--the two elements are there but together...” Read full tasting note
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    skittlefox 31 tasting notes
  • “When measured out this tea to put into my filter, I made sure to make the ratio between mate and mallow flowers, fig bits, orange peel, etc. as relatively even as possible. Upon first steep, I was...” Read full tasting note
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    smack95 6 tasting notes
  • “This was my first experience with mate, and while I like it, it's not a favourite. I'm not really fond of the sweet fruitiness paired with the grassy flavour of the mate. I tend to brew this...” Read full tasting note
    softrevolution 135 tasting notes
  • “Definitely apart of my grind when I'm feeling really sluggish. The grassy taste of the mate is prominent, with hints of pear. It's solid, and keeps me energized. Better iced than hot.” Read full tasting note
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    Earthernchild 60 tasting notes

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All the incredible health benefits of Green Mate are infused with aloe vera bits, figs, dates, orange peel, mallow flower and sunflower petals to create a refreshing and exotic flavour.

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I am a fan of fruit but not so much grassy, and while this has both, they seem to cancel out each other, thus something I am now dubbing frassy in flavour—the two elements are there but together they somehow fail at being either. The addition of honey I hoped would give the fruity the win, but it really just tastes like honey now sigh. Pretty unremarkable. Yawn. Am curious about the sustaining “mateine” effects, so will report back later.
ETA: I didn’t get the woozy jitters like I do with strong plain caffeine, but I don’t feel tired at all, so a tentative thumbs up to the stimulating effects!

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 0 sec
teainwonderland

Mateine is another word for caffeine. They are the same thing.

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When measured out this tea to put into my filter, I made sure to make the ratio between mate and mallow flowers, fig bits, orange peel, etc. as relatively even as possible. Upon first steep, I was met with a very grassy flavor and a rather dusty smell, but it was very smooth drinking! My first cup left me with a neutral feeling, so I re-steeped the tea and was left with a somewhat fruitier flavor, but it still smelled and essentially tasted the same. I liked the kick of energy this tea gave me, but to me, this tea was nothing special. I will try drinking this tea in the future, as I will with other yerba mates.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 6 min, 0 sec

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This was my first experience with mate, and while I like it, it’s not a favourite. I’m not really fond of the sweet fruitiness paired with the grassy flavour of the mate. I tend to brew this during late night study sessions. It provides me with sustained energy and keeps me alert without making me jittery or causing a caffeine crash. I once drank 6 cups of it to keep me going while I was working on a paper until 5am >_<

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Definitely apart of my grind when I’m feeling really sluggish. The grassy taste of the mate is prominent, with hints of pear. It’s solid, and keeps me energized. Better iced than hot.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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