Yerba Mate - The Strength of Coffee, The Nutrition of Tea
Yerba Mate leaf is naturally caffeinated and has been used to make tea by South Americans for hundreds of years. It is so energizing that its consumption in many countries exceeds coffee by six to one! Its leaf contains up to 90% more antioxidants and anti-inflammatories than green tea. Yerba Mate tea can also be enjoyed cold. Called "Terere", it is made by cooling hot brewed tea to room temperature, then adding ice, mint, and lemon. If you're looking for a mid-day boost of energy, Yerba Mate is a great alternative to sweetened coffee.
Yerba Mate naturally contains flavenoids such as rutin and quercetin as well as potassium, magnesium, and manganese. Moringa Source Yerba Mate tea contains only USDA Organic Yerba Mate leaf. It is Non-GMO and naturally gluten free. Yerba Mate naturally contains caffeine.
How to Brew Yerba Mate Tea
Place 1 tea bag in a 6-8oz cup. Pour boiling water and steep for 3-5 minutes. Remove tea bag and flavor as desired.
Container size 30 Tea Bags