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Yerba Mate Tea

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Yerba Mate Tea
Yerba Mate Tea
Yerba Mate Tea
Yerba Mate Tea
Yerba Mate Tea


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125gMakes 37 cups250gMakes 75 cupsSample - 10g




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A fantastic green infusion for providing a drink to give an energy boost as it contains mateine, a natural stimulant.

10-12 mins

brewing time


water temperature

4-5 tsp.

tea per litre of water

About Yerba Mate Tea

Pronounced 'mah-tay', Yerba Mate tea is a hugely popular drink in South America which dates back to the 16th century. The Mate tea comes from the green leaves of a type of holly that is said to have manifold good effects. Therefore in South America Mate tea is also called "Beverage of the Gods".

Drinking Yerba Mate out of one cup was something ritual with the native Indians. Its stimulating effect lasts longer than that of coffee. A short infusion time brings about a stimulating effect, longer weakens it.

Mate tea is a fantastic green infusion which contains mateine, a natural stimulant similar to caffeine but without the toxicity and disruption to your metabolism. A Mate tea contains many vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants and boasts numerous health benefits.

Best drunk without milk.

Brew with boiling water that has cooled for 30 seconds. Infuse for 5-10 minutes.

Region: South America
Taste: Light, mellow, grassy flavours

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Delivery options

Delivery rates are based on the total weight of your order. Shown below are the rates for standard delivery (2-3 days) to the UK mainland.

Total order weight

Delivery cost

Up to 6 samples (60g)


0.60kg - 1.99kg


2.00kg - 4.99kg


5.00kg - 14.99kg


15.00kg - 25.00kg



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