Grapefruit Yerba Mate Loose Tea

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Grapefruit Yerba Mate Loose Tea

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Item No. MSTR315457
£6.50 - £12.00

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      £6.50
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  • Description
    The craze for Yerba Mate is taking the tea world by storm. Originally enjoyed as a powerful stimulant by Amazonian tribes, herbal yerba mate is unusually high in caffeine with a taste you might compare to a smoky gunpowder green tea. We've created a unique yerba mate blend with refreshing peppermint, luxuriant lemon balm and juicy grapefruit to get you buzzing over breakfast.
  • Ingredients

    Peppermint, Lemon Balm, Rosehip Seed, Lemongrass, 12% Green Mate, Nettle Leaves, Grapefruit Flavouring, 2% Grapefruit Peel

    Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.

  • Reviews
    Great Ice tea
     
    By Daz from Norwich, UK on 10/13/2018
    Strong, fruity and refreshing light tea.rnA very refreshing and cooling drink for the warm summer months. I think its better as an ice tea than a hot tea.

TEA TYPE

Herbal Infusion

TASTE PROFILE

Strong, fruity and refreshing

FOOD PAIRING

Simple fruit muesli will match well – and waken you up

Numerology

NO.

815

The chemical that gives turmeric that bright yellow colour? It's called curcumin, and it was discovered in 1815. We've numbered this tea 815 as a little homage to a chemical that changed the face of Indian cuisine…

Brew the Perfect cup

Teaspoons (2 grams)

2

1 cup

200ml water

100 degrees

time

3-5 mins

Origin: South America

The herbal yerba mate plant is native to South America, where it was first brewed and served as a stimulant by indigenous tribes. You'll find it's particularly popular in the central and southern parts of the continent, where it's a social drink served as a stimulant and sipped from gourds.

Herbs in a Gourd

Yerba mate takes its name from the Spanish word for herb – "hierba" – and the Quechuan word "mati", meaning "drink" or "gourd". Travelling around South America, you may well be offered a gourd of the legendary brew shared among friends – one sip, and they say you'll be jumping from tree to tree.

Our Fruit and Herbal Infusions

None of our fruit and herbal infusions contain the Camellia sinensis plant used to make tea. Instead, we've blended our own combinations of fruit, flowers, herbs and spices to create extraordinary new flavours, from jammy brews like Very Berry Crush to delicate evening infusions like Dreamtime.