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Mojo Mate Loose Leaf

Mojo Mate Loose Leaf

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OVERVIEW

Energize your day with robust, flavor-forward Mojo Mate loose leaf tea from Lot 35. Earthy, complex yerba mate blends with refreshing tones of lemongrass and notes of brisk spearmint. Ginseng and ginkgo promote alertness and add layers of nuance to this thought-provoking herbal tea, which is equally invigorating served hot or over ice.

Lot 35 tea offers the finest hand-picked teas from around the world. Crafted exclusively for Fairmont by the Metropolitan Tea Company, this luxurious collection reflects the nuance and terroir of the regions where each tea was carefully grown. Indulge in a special blend as extraordinary as our exceptional, landmark venues.

To rise and shine with an added touch of elegance and verve, enjoy Mojo Mate in the Empress Royal Mug.

Details

Ingredients: Green mate, lemongrass, spearmint, gingko, ginseng and nettle pieces, goji berry, bael nuts, calendula, cornflower and sunflower petals.

Tea Origin: Brazil, USA, France, Canada, China. Flowers Origin: France, Egypt.

Net 70 g / 2.45 oz. of loose tea in a paper canister.

Medium caffeine and antioxidant properties, the longer the tea is brewed the better the antioxidant benefits.

Instructions

Mild: 2-3 minutes Medium: 4-5 minutes Strong: 6-7 minutes

We recommend: 2-3 minutes, made easy with our handy 345 Tea Timer. If brewing for iced tea purposes, brew the tea slightly longer. The ice will dilute it.

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Reviewed by Theodore
Rated 5 out of 5

Very good

Very good tea. However, it's a little irresponsible to put 100 C as the brewing temperature in the instructions. Yerba mate is a carcinogen at 65C or higher.

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