Lavender Yerba Mate Loose Tea

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Lavender Yerba Mate Loose Tea

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Item No. MSTR314740
$9.50 - $15.50

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      $9.50
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  • Description
    Ah, the joys of a stroll in the garden. This herbal blend is a real treat for anyone with green fingers, and all those looking for a tea a little out of the ordinary. We've blended vibrant yerba mate with fragrant lavender, sweet lemon verbena, and even an unusual addition of bamboo leaves. Yes, it's experimental. But it works.
  • Ingredients

    58% Green Mate, 15% Verbena, 10% Lavender, Boldo Leaves, 7% Bamboo Leaves, Flavouring

    Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.

    Gluten free

TEA TYPE

Herbal Infusion

TASTE PROFILE

A bouquet of fragrant herbs, savoury yet sweet

FOOD PAIRING

Enjoy alone to best appreciate it's savoury-sweet flavour

Numerology

NO.

28

Soothing lavender oil has long been a favourite with aromatherapists. One of the 20th century’s most famous aromatherapists was the French chemist René-Maurice Gattefossé, who is credited with coining the term in 1928 – we’ve numbered this tea 28, to mark the start of aromatherapy as we know it today.

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.