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Yerba maté original

€3,20

  • Roasted leaves
  • Less bitter taste than the green variant
  • Authentic South American
  • Authentic yerba maté from South America

    Yerba maté - also called Paraguay tea - is a bitter-sweet herbal tea from South America. It is a popular drink in Paraguay, Uruguay, southern Brazil and Argentina.

    Yerba means 'herb' while the 'maté' is the calabash from which the hot herbal tea is drunk with a straw (bombilla). This tea is made from the dried, slightly roasted leaves of the native Ilex paraguarensis plant. Our Yerba Maté is 100% pure and natural.## Roasted Yerba Maté from South America

    Yerba maté - also known as Paraguay tea - is a bittersweet herbal tea from South America. It is a popular drink in Paraguay, Uruguay, southern Brazil, and Argentina.

    Roasted Yerba Maté is less bitter than the traditional version, making it more accessible for new drinkers.

    "Yerba" means "herb" while "maté" refers to the gourd from which the hot herbal tea is drunk using a straw (bombilla). This tea is made from the dried, lightly roasted leaves of the native Ilex paraguarensis plant. Our Yerba Maté is 100% pure and natural.

    Alternative to Coffee

    Roasted yerba mate has a richer, nuttier flavor compared to the traditional version. Roasting the leaves reduces bitterness and gives a smoother taste. Roasted yerba mate still contains caffeine but may have a slightly different stimulating effect. It has a robust, earthy flavor that pairs well with milk or cream.

    It is often considered less stimulating than coffee, but with a longer-lasting energy boost. The roasted version is sometimes used in culinary applications, such as in desserts and marinades.

    Roasted Yerba Maté Tea

    Roasted Yerba Maté can be prepared in the same way as traditional yerba mate, but with a unique flavor. It can be drunk hot or cold.

    1 teaspoon of Yerba Maté per cup of water at 85°C. Steep for a maximum of 2 minutes.

    Tereré

    On hot days, people in South America prefer to drink tereré rather than maté. This is prepared in the same way as maté but with ice-cold water instead of hot water.

    Yerba Maté tea

    1 teaspoon of yerba mate per cup of water at 85°C. Allow to brew for a maximum of 2 minutes.

    Tereré

    On hot days, people in South America prefer to drink tereré rather than maté. These are prepared in the same way as maté, but with ice-cold water instead of hot water.

    Ingredients

    Roasted yerba maté leaves. 100% pure and natural.

    Allergens

    This product contains no allergens.

    This product is packaged and/or stored in a facility that also processes products containing nuts, peanuts, mustard, celery, gluten, sesame, soy and sulphite. Despite all precautions, this product may contain traces of these allergens.

    Also known as

    • Ilex paraguariensis
    • Paraguay tea

Yerba maté original

50 gr / 1

€3,20

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  • Authentic yerba maté from South America

    Yerba maté - also called Paraguay tea - is a bitter-sweet herbal tea from South America. It is a popular drink in Paraguay, Uruguay, southern Brazil and Argentina.

    Yerba means 'herb' while the 'maté' is the calabash from which the hot herbal tea is drunk with a straw (bombilla). This tea is made from the dried, slightly roasted leaves of the native Ilex paraguarensis plant. Our Yerba Maté is 100% pure and natural.## Roasted Yerba Maté from South America

    Yerba maté - also known as Paraguay tea - is a bittersweet herbal tea from South America. It is a popular drink in Paraguay, Uruguay, southern Brazil, and Argentina.

    Roasted Yerba Maté is less bitter than the traditional version, making it more accessible for new drinkers.

    "Yerba" means "herb" while "maté" refers to the gourd from which the hot herbal tea is drunk using a straw (bombilla). This tea is made from the dried, lightly roasted leaves of the native Ilex paraguarensis plant. Our Yerba Maté is 100% pure and natural.

    Alternative to Coffee

    Roasted yerba mate has a richer, nuttier flavor compared to the traditional version. Roasting the leaves reduces bitterness and gives a smoother taste. Roasted yerba mate still contains caffeine but may have a slightly different stimulating effect. It has a robust, earthy flavor that pairs well with milk or cream.

    It is often considered less stimulating than coffee, but with a longer-lasting energy boost. The roasted version is sometimes used in culinary applications, such as in desserts and marinades.

    Roasted Yerba Maté Tea

    Roasted Yerba Maté can be prepared in the same way as traditional yerba mate, but with a unique flavor. It can be drunk hot or cold.

    1 teaspoon of Yerba Maté per cup of water at 85°C. Steep for a maximum of 2 minutes.

    Tereré

    On hot days, people in South America prefer to drink tereré rather than maté. This is prepared in the same way as maté but with ice-cold water instead of hot water.

    Yerba Maté tea

    1 teaspoon of yerba mate per cup of water at 85°C. Allow to brew for a maximum of 2 minutes.

    Tereré

    On hot days, people in South America prefer to drink tereré rather than maté. These are prepared in the same way as maté, but with ice-cold water instead of hot water.

    Ingredients

    Roasted yerba maté leaves. 100% pure and natural.

    Allergens

    This product contains no allergens.

    This product is packaged and/or stored in a facility that also processes products containing nuts, peanuts, mustard, celery, gluten, sesame, soy and sulphite. Despite all precautions, this product may contain traces of these allergens.

    Also known as

    • Ilex paraguariensis
    • Paraguay tea

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