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Place yerba mate in the French press. Add hot water and steep for 3-10 minutes. We recommend using 1-2 tbsp of loose mate per cup. First, moisten the mate with cool water to protect the nutrients and flavor, then ADD HOT (NOT BOILING) WATER.
Place yerba mate in filter basket, then brew. We recommend using 1-2 tbsp of loose mate per cup. First, moisten the mate with cool water to protect the nutrients and flavor, then run the machine as usual.
Yerba mate brews well in most espresso makers. Place 1-2 tbsp of loose mate in a double espresso portafilter. Pull a long shot for a total of 4 oz. Great for making mate lattés.
Mate Latte Recipe:
Brew an 8 oz. cup of Guayakí Yerba Mate. Add sweetener (sugar, honey, or maple syrup) to taste and 4 oz. of steamed milk of choice. Top off with milk foam. Makes a 12 oz. latté.
Yerba mate is traditionally prepared in a gourd and shared among a circle of friends. Welcome the moments of community born of your own mate circle.
This mate has a full robust flavor and can pack an amazing zing of energy before you know it. It is dark enough to be mistaken for coffee (well the way I make it) when in a press. I had stopped drinking coffee after a while of sampling other products from Guayaki..and now there is no other for me. This mate is perfect with a little Coconut Milk Creamer(So Delicious)and Truvia.
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I ordered both tea bags and loose leaves of the roasted matte. I made a batch of cold press with the loose leaves because when I brewed it, it tasted bitter, but the cold press was no better. The bags are fine.
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