Blend of Yerba Mate with lavender, Rose petals, Hibiscus flowers and dried Bee pollen. This floral springlike blend and its fragrance is going to bloom your soul.
Each of our recipes are hand crafted with love in Canada, Canmore. By purchasing our mate tea, you are supporting a Canadian business.
*Preparing it as traditional way in a mate gourd, Yerba mate can be infused multiple times. Each infusion reveals more layers of the flavor of the herb.
*Prepare it as "Mate cocido" infused Yerba mate in a tea infuser, only 1 tea spoon is good enough for a bodied cup.
*Brew it cold as "Iced mate" or "Terere", try to add sugar, honey or any citric fruit juice.
*Mate latte, anyone? Just use your favorite milk instead of hot water.
*Avoid using boiling water, 80ºC is perfect!
*Help us to contribute the environment, please recycle / reuse the packaging.
WHERE DOES YERBA MATE COME FROM?
Yerba Mate comes from the naturally caffeinated leaves of a native species of holly tree, Ilex paraguariensis, It only grows in three countries around the world, in "Valle del sur", Valley that Paraguay, Argentina and south of Brazil share. The leaves are imported from Argentina but is intervened with our hand-crafted blends in Canmore, Canada.
IS YERBA MATE SAME THAN TRADITIONAL TEA?
The Yerba Mate plant (Ilex paraguariensis) is a different specie from the tea plant (Camilia Sinensis).
Tea plan is mostly found in Asia, meanwhile Yerba Mate is only found in South America. Both plants contain caffeine, but Yerba Mate contains an alkaloid called Theobromine, which tea does not (also found in cacao).
Yerba mate have a higher antioxidant concentration (5 times more) and caffeine than green tea.
IS IT SAFE TO DRINK YERBA MATE EVERYDAY?
It is completely safe to consume Yerba Mate on a daily basis, just like Tea and Coffee as long as we are aware about the caffeine content. Even though, moderation is always adviced.