Mate Sweet Orange

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Herbal Yerba maté Blend
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Licorice, Orange, Wood
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Boiling 6 min, 15 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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From Local Coffee and Tea

Green and roasted mate with licorice, orange peel and blossom with a slightly smoky scent and taste, bitter sweet of orange and tasty licorice make a slight stimulating and balanced drink. Contains caffeine.

This unique taste, some say is closer to coffee than Asian tea. Excellent for soothing for a sore throat, mate is traditionally used for weight loss and overcoming fatigue. If brewed for up to 10 minutes it becomes more calming.

20 to 25 cups of tea can be made from 2 oz of loose leaf tea.

Store in a dry place

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4 Tasting Notes

6768 tasting notes

After steeping/infusion this sort of smells like an herbal/green/ginger type tea. I have to say that threw me off.

After sipping I seriously said “Ooooo” out loud! Eventho it says sweet in the name of the tea after smelling it I wasn’t expecting the sweetness! It was nice!

Very surprising and very refreshing! A nice sip! I think I’ll have another!

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196 tasting notes

Not a whole lot of Orangebut this was a comforting warming drink that was raosty and toasty, definately nutty and it goes well with cream and sugar.

Boiling 5 min, 30 sec

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467 tasting notes

I haven’t had any of this for a while. I reviewed it last summer and gave in an 80. Now it seems very medicinal. I think it might have gone ‘bad’. I had to toss it out as I know it’s not really going to hit the spot anymore. Bummer!

Liquid Proust

That is no fun!
A nice fruity mate or guayusa tends to make me very happy. I have found that they can taste very dry and medicinal over time as well.

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