Lavender Yerba Mate Loose Tea
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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.
58% Green Mate, 15% Verbena, 10% Lavender, Boldo Leaves, 7% Bamboo Leaves, Flavouring
Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Apple & Elderfloweron 02/11/2017This is by far my favourite tea. The combination apple with elderflower is perfect in the afternoon.
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A bouquet of fragrant herbs, savoury yet sweet
Enjoy alone to best appreciate it's savoury-sweet flavour
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)
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.