Yerba Mate Mango

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200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 30 sec 24 oz / 724 ml

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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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1663 tasting notes

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 massive pile by one cup?? ha! oh dear I need help…
but it was oh so good! if not a little stale.


lol have not been there yet but will be at some point I am sure. Too new to tea still :)


wait for it Azzrian, it will come! lol


Yes, it will come. Hahahaha, that made me laugh. I have so much tea I don’t know what to do with it! Oh yeah, drink it! Or give it away, that works too. I recently gave a ton of samples to a friend at work who wanted to expand her tea tasting experiences. Sometimes it’s more fun to give tea away than drink it yourself.


Oh I do that ALL the time!! give samples, stuff I don’t want or have too much of! but then it gets to a point where I think I won’t give certain ones away and the pile grows faster than I can purge…

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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 after only being on the job for a week. Its going crazy fast for her. Now if I can only get her confident with her driving so mom here can rest! LOL
This tea is very nice. I did not smell any mango in the dry state but as soon as the water it the leaf the smell of fresh juicy mango hit me in the face like a truck!
This is not a sappy sweet tea at all – a VERY natural mango flavor indeed and I LOVE it!
It does have a slight sweetness to it though – is that the mate maybe?
It has a light, bright, cheery taste to it and a light cleansing mouthfeel.
Oh my how good this would be iced!!!
As a matter of fact I have enough to make one good cup of iced a large cup if I combine what I have left of the dry leaf and use the wet leaf in a re-steep. Oh yeah! :)
Thanks again IndigoBloom!

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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 the strange flavour of green yerba mate that I’m not sure I’ve acquired a taste for yet.

Oh, not bad. Tastes a little smoky, sweet. Mango is hard to pick up but is present. Actually, I’m wondering if this sat too close to the lapsang souchong, since I can’t think that this one would have smoky notes in it normally…

Either way, not bad, but wouldn’t rank in my favourites either.

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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 today, hopeful since the cup last time had an amazing mango scent despite the burnt factor. The mango flavour is definitely present, and more so the hotter the water. The mate has a nice roasted flavour to it, which doesn’t overpower but instead makes me thing of mango over an open fire. I’ve never tried it, but it can’t be a bad thing, right? And it isn’t in the tea, either. I’m thinking next time I’ll try it on a hotter temperature that isn’t boiling and see if I can get more mango since it was no where near as strong when I brewed it like a green.

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Up and down all night panicking about teachers’ college applications, needed to stay awake somehow. This is such a delicious sweet energy punch, without much of the fuzzy pollen-y flavour I sometimes get from mate.

200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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Dang, this one is my fault. I set about making tea while I tidied my kitchen and got distracted by arranging my teaware. To the point that I forgot about the tea completely and let it steep for way, waaaay too long. It’s not bad, it’s just very…MATE, with a back hint of mango. Which sucks, because I know how juicy and yummy this one can be. But I also enjoy straight mate, so it will be no issue to finish this mason jar-full. I’m just excited that I finished my 1.5 L of water before 4 so I could have a high-caff blend like this!

2 tsp 25 OZ / 739 ML

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I woke up early this morning with a big to-do list, and needed something that would give me a big caffeine hit. This mango-flavoured mate (thanks again to aisling of tea and De!) sounded like it would deliver.

And boy, did it ever! I didn’t notice it at first, but I really did feel less tired, and managed to get through some important stuff to do before I head out for a job interview today (fingers crossed). The mango flavour really comes through in the dry leaf, and although it’s less apparent in the liquor, it’s still there. The smoky, grassy taste of the mate is still dominant, but adding some honey really helped. I don’t think of this as a comfortable staple tea – this is the kind of tea to drink when you really need to get stuff done.

So here I am, about to dash off to the interview. Hopefully the caffeine buzz will help me along.

195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 0 sec 3 tsp 24 OZ / 709 ML

Good luck with the interview!

Sami Kelsh

Fingers crossed!!!


Good luck with the interview!


Good luck!


Good Luck!!

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