Yerba Mate Green Limao BIO

  • Yerba Mate Green Limao BIO
  • Yerba Mate Green Limao BIO
  • Yerba Mate Green Limao BIO
  • Yerba Mate Green Limao BIO
  • This is an organic subtle yerba mate with a refreshing lemon flavour. In addition to the leaves of the Paraguayan holly, this blend contains up to 8% bio herbal additives with health properties - mint leaf, lemongrass and lemon verbena. The base of the dry is organic mate green - a noble Brazilian variety of yerba mate, grown on wild plantations and dried without smoke, which allows for a subtle and deep flavour, appreciated by both beginners and experienced mate fans, and gets rid of the bitter notes in the brew.
  • Yerba Mate Green Limao BIO will be great in hot weather as a terere: poured over ice-cold water with ice cubes in hot weather. And in autumn and winter, with its citrus aroma it will remind you of a warm summer.

Taste and aroma of yerba mate:
Yerba Mate Green Limao BIO is stimulating and refreshing yet subtle and slightly weaker compared to stronger blends.
The beautiful aroma coming from lemongrass, mint and lemon verbena seduces from the moment of opening the packet, through brewing, to subsequent pours. The most aromatic and full of lemony freshness is the second and third pour. This trio of aromatic herbs, together with the power of wild holly, produces an extremely subtle yet distinctive infusion with a lemony character.


  • yerba mate (Ilex paraguariensis) BIO 92% - country of origin: Brazil,
  • lemongrass BIO (3%),
  • mint BIO,
  • lemon verbena herb BIO.



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