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What does yerba mate taste like?

Thu, May 19, 22

What does yerba mate taste like?

Our Yerba Mate has a mild, smooth, and nutty flavor that is excellent hot or cold. Its soft flavor profile makes an ideal base for all USDA Organic blends made with...

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Yerba mate health benefits

Thu, May 19, 22

Yerba mate health benefits

Yerba Mate packs quite the healthy punch! Made from the naturally caffeinated leaves of a holly tree found in South America, it provides those who partake of this tasty brew...

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Introduction to Yerba Mate

Thu, May 19, 22

Introduction to Yerba Mate

Yerba Mate is a member of the holly family and has been consumed for centuries in South America. Originating from the leaves and twigs of the holly bush, Mate is...

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7 Health Benefits of Herbal Tea

Mon, May 16, 22

7 Health Benefits of Herbal Tea

  One of the main reasons herbal tea is so popular is because it allows individuals to receive the health benefits of a variety of herbs, spices, and plants in...

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How to cold-brew yerba mate

Thu, Apr 07, 22

How to cold-brew yerba mate

Besides the traditional hot yerba mate tea, there is also a cold version of yerba mate called tereré. This cold-brewed yerba mate is ideal to refresh and hydrate the body...

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The Importance of Energy and Focus

Fri, Apr 01, 22

The Importance of Energy and Focus

Staying [1] focused on a task can be challenging, especially when you are surrounded by numerous distractions. In today’s hectic and always-connected world, it means dealing with numerous distractions. Even...

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WHAT IS YERBA MATE?

Tue, Mar 22, 22

WHAT IS YERBA MATE?

There are only a handful of plants in the world that produce caffeine, and yerba mate is one of them. Along with tea, coffee, cacao, kola (or cola) and guarana,...

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WHAT IS TEA?

Thu, Mar 17, 22

WHAT IS TEA?

A plant called Camellia sinensis produces the leaves and buds that are commonly known as tea – the most common beverage consumed in the world, second only to water. Camellia sinensis, which...

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