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Unflavoured Green Mate, organic

Tea Strength
Unflavoured organic infusion that contains a lot of matein (caffeine). This very popular drink in South America is commonly known as yerba mate. Mate tastes slightly like green tea but the taste is more intense. Brewed infusion has a slightly tangy taste that gets bitter if the water used has been too hot. Mate's taste changes and balances with each addition of water.


€5.92 / 80 g
incl. VAT 14% (€5.20 VAT 0%)
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caffeine-free
gluten-free
does not contain nuts
does not contain milk
vegan
carbon free
does not contain genetically modified ingredients
halal
organic
Fair trade product
does not contain egg

Ingredients

MATE tree leaf (organic, South Africa)
4 tsp/1 l or 1 g/1 dl
80°C/176°F
5 min
same tea leaves can be brewed 2 times

How to have easily 1 L 80°C/176°F water?

1. warm up 8 dl cold water until its boiling
2. add 2 dl cold water


Unflavoured organic infusion that contains a lot of matein (caffeine). This very popular drink in South America is commonly known as yerba mate. Mate tastes slightly like green tea but the taste is more intense. Brewed infusion has a slightly tangy taste that gets bitter if the water used has been too hot. Mate's taste changes and balances with each addition of water. font>In Europe mate is often brewed using a strainer. Traditional way to enjoy mate is to put 2/3 of the mate leaf and 1/3 of 80 degrees water into a cup. Infusion is drunk from the wet leaf mass using a special bombilla straw and new water is added several times to the same leaves.span>p>