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Yerba maté Tea
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Boiling 5 min, 15 sec

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  • “Anyways. This is a deep earthy blend with a mint pick me up at the end. They use a roasted mate so the base has those kinds of deep earthy qualities that are accented well by chocolate. The...” Read full tasting note
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From Tiger Wing Tea

A Delicious, Powerful Rocket to Wow

Heres the deal: the Chocolate Angels job is to make sure smiles would never disappear from the world. We at TigerWing struck a long-term trade agreement with her and the result is our illegally delicious, almost zero-calorie ChocoMint. With the taste of chocolate and mint on your lips youll be irresistible. Beware of being kissed! Its rumored that some people like to add sugar. Add milk too and its like hot-chocolate, but more complex sweet and mysterious, like your heart.

Goodness Factors:
Black tea its great for your arteries
and decreases cardiovascular problems.
An Italian study found that 75% of those
who consumed increased peppermint
had markedly better digestion.
Personally, we think that simply going to
Italy is good for your digestion. Its also
good for your suntan and your mood.
In fact, forget the tea and just head
to Florence!

A medium energy drink.

Ingredients*Roasted Mate, Black Tea, *Peppermint, *Cacao Pieces (Chocolate), all natural *Chocolate Vanilla Mint flavoring.
(
ingredient is certified organic) Certified Organic by PCO.

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Anyways. This is a deep earthy blend with a mint pick me up at the end. They use a roasted mate so the base has those kinds of deep earthy qualities that are accented well by chocolate. The chocolate and mate do become pretty indistinguishable from one another as the brew cools but I thinks that’s pretty expected considering it is a bag tea so they couldn’t put any REAL chocolate in. The mate does retain that mineral earthiness under the chocolate tones which is nice because it makes you know you’re getting the actual mate flavor instead of just flavoring that exists on top of it.

This is the second tea I’ve tried that blends a pepper mint with a toasty flavor base and I really think that this is a great flavor combination in general. It lets your mouth feel refreshed after drinking what admittedly is a very gritty tea. I always think mates taste great while I’m drinking them but leave me feeling like I want to brush my teeth. I know, I’m weird. The mint at the end does help stave off that feeling and perks up the flavor profile nicely.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 15 sec

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