Yerba Mate Leaf C/S

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Yerba Mate Leaf

Botanical Name: Ilex paraguariensis

Common Names: Yerba mate, St. Bartholomew's tea, Jesuit's tea, ilexParaguay tea

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Product Name   Size Origin SKU Price Qty
Organic Yerba Mate Green C/S 1 lb Brazil 209650-31
$17.58
Organic Yerba Mate Green C/S 4 oz Brazil 209650-34
$6.75
Organic Yerba Mate Leaf Roasted C/S 1 lb Brazil 209651-31
$21.08
Organic Yerba Mate Leaf Roasted C/S 4 oz Brazil 209651-34
$7.58
Yerba Mate Leaf C/S 1 lb Brazil 202390-31
$8.83
Yerba Mate Roasted C/S 1 lb Brazil 202392-31
$8.83
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Yerba Mate Leaf

Latin Name: Ilex paraguariensis
Common Names: Yerba Mate Leaf

Yerba Mate Leaf is produced from the plant with the latin botanical name Ilex paraguariensis. Our Yerba Mate Leaf comes in several different varieties for your convenience. Try the cut and sifted or powdered forms of this dried herb. Organic, kosher, green and roasted versions are also available from Starwest Botanicals, one of the largest suppliers of organic dried bulk herbs in the United States.

The herb, which thrives in the South American warm climate, goes by the common names of Yerba Mate, St. Bartholomew's tea, Jesuit's tea and Ilex Paraguay tea. We source our Yerba Mate Leaf directly from our grower, who is located in Argentina, so that we can then process this herb at our milling and packaging facilities in order to verify quality at every part of the process. The dried herb can be consumed as a tea in either the green or roasted form; roasting it causes the leaf to lose any bitterness and offers up a spicier flavor.

As a certified organic bulk dried herbs processor, Starwest Botanicals brings you value by offering the highest quality dried herbs with superior customer service and fair prices.

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I was disappointed in the flavor of the tea bag version that I purchased at the local stores. I was about to give up and was told to try loose tea which also allows for some of 'blending'. Wow, this tea is great on its own but adding some hibiscus or another spicey herb works great. I am using the non-roasted type because I like the grassy notes more than the toasty ones.

by cbshimizu on August 1, 2014

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Questions & Answers for Yerba Mate Leaf

i purchased 1 pound bags of Yerba Mate tea and Roobios tea but there is NO instructions as to how much to use, i brew a gallon at a time so i am trying to figure out how much to use, thank you
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Question by: Donald Beegle on March 14, 2014
A good starting point for most herbs and teas is about one half to one tablespoon per cup of water, which would translate to 8-16 tablespoons (or half to one cup).
Answer by: Starwest Staff on March 14, 2014
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