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Mate geröstet | 500 g
Mate geröstet | 500 g
Mate geröstet | 500 g
Mate geröstet | 500 g
Mate geröstet | 500 g
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Roasted mate | 500 g

£7.00
£14.00 per kg

incl. VAT plus shipping

  • Specialty of the people from South America
  • Gently roasted
  • Natural
  • Pleasantly smoky, slightly bitter aroma
  • Contains caffeine
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BBD: 17.01.2024

Everything at a glance Roasted mate

The mate shrub, from the holly family, is native to South America. The name of the tea comes not from the plant itself, but from the vessel, a "callabasse", in which the tea is prepared and which is called "mate" in Spanish.

Our mate leaves grown in Brazil are finely cut and gently roasted over a fire. This is how the incomparable, aromatic roasting aroma is created, which is reminiscent of a mixture of black tea and coffee. This folk speciality from South America contains caffeine, which is why mate is stimulating and refreshing. Roasted mate is not only popular because of its smoky - spicy, slightly bitter aroma. Positive properties are also attributed to the tea. The South American plant is said to stimulate the metabolism, aid digestion and strengthen the circulation.

Get a small piece of Brazil to your home with our roasted mate!

Order number TEE_006
Origin Brazil
Content 0.5 kg
Brand KoRo
EAN 4260654781144
Data sheet Specification
Nutrition traces Nutrition traces
Shipping Delivery time outside of Germany
Company KoRo Handels GmbH
Koppenplatz 9, 10115 Berlin
Storage Please store in a dry and cool place
Ingredients 100% mate leaves
Cross-contamination May contain traces of PEANUTS and other TREE NUTS, SOY, and SESAME
Sales name Mate leaves roasted
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01.01.2020
New in store
3,00€ / 100g
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For mate lovers and experimenters. Delicious!

For lovers of Club Mate and Co perfectly suitable. So you can emulate the original and determine the sweetness itself. And who does not like the typical taste of mate all too much, can influence by the brewing time of the tea - or by fruits :)

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