Yerba Mate Mango

A Yerba maté Tea from

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78 / 100

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Tea type
Yerba maté Tea
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Typical Preparation
Use 24 oz / 724 ml of water
Set water temperature to 200 °F / 93 °C
Steep for 4 min, 30 sec
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“I’m trying to use up my teas. Ever feel frantic about how much you have and root through your cupboard to see what you haven’t had in ages? and then suddenly feel better when you deplete the...” Read full tasting note
“More of Sample Saturday … This comes from IndigoBloom and a big thank you to her for this pick me up! I am dragging today – daughter had to be at work at 8am to record her first on air segment...” Read full tasting note
“And thanks again, Indigobloom! I’m trying to get through a bunch of samples before my new orders arrive :D I’m a touch worried that this one will taste similar to the Mango Mango Rooibos, or have...” Read full tasting note
“Tried this one yesterday morning but didn’t blog it because I used boiling water and . . . it definitely got burnt. It wasn’t horrid, but I decided to wait and retry it today. I brewed it up...” Read full tasting note

Description

Tropical blend of Brazilian Yerba Mate, natural Mango flavour, and sunflower petals. Yerba Mate has been featured in the past as a weight loss agent, that is said to enhance your metabolism. Most of all, it helps to reduce fatigue and is very energizing. The caffeine in Yerba Mate is sometimes referred to as “Matein”. It is chemically identical to caffeine that you find in tea and coffee. But due to the other components in Yerba Mate, your body reacts more gentle with the Matein. It typically does not create the same side effects such as jitters, stomach upset and heart palpitations that are associated with coffee’s caffeine rush.Yerba Mate has a very distinct earthy flavour. The leaves can be reused for multiple infusions. You can serve it with sugar, honey (dissolved in water), lemon, milk, syrups and more.Yerba Mate is prepared by steeping dry leaves of yerba mate in hot water, rather than in boiling water. The traditional preparation utilizes a gourd (callebasse) and a bombilla (metal straw).

Ingredients: Yerba Mate, sunflower petals, natural mango flavour

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