- Certified Organic by Clemson DPI
- Discover the Factor
- Healthy Coffee Alternative
- Loose Yerba Mate
- USDA Organic
Certified Organic Ingredients: Yerba mate, roasted yerba mate, roasted barley, roasted carob, roasted chicory.
Start with 1/4 cup of Dark Roast Mate per quart of water. Allow to steep in hot (not boiling) water for 3-5 minutes. Adjust the amount of Dark Roast Mate according to your desired strength. Add milk and sweetener to your taste.
Make a stronger brew by using 1/2 cup of Dark Roast Mate per quart of water. Allow to steep in hot water (not boiling) water for 7-10 minutes. Add milk and sweetener to your taste and pour over a full cup of ice.
Tea Pot or Tea Ball
Start with 1 tablespoon of Dark Roast Mate per 12 oz cup of hot (not boiling) water. Let steep for 3-5 minutes. Adjust the amount of Dark Roast Mate according to your desired strength. Add milk and sweetener to your taste.
Use 1/4 cup of Dark Roast Mate per quart of water. Adjust the amount of Dark Roast Mate according to your desired strength. Add milk and sweetener to your taste.
Try Mate Dark Roast Latte
Using your espresso machine, put slightly less Dark Roast Mate in the espresso basket than you would use for coffee to allow for expansion. Pour in steamed milk and sweetener.
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