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citrus mate

by adagio teas

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type: herbal

origin: argentina

caffeine: strong

price level: $$$$

Energizing Argentine Yerba Mate blended with the refreshing taste of citrus fruits. Enjoyed hot or iced it is sure to please mate fans with its lively character and renew your zest for life. Please note that all Mate varieties contains caffeine; we would not suggest it as a nightcap. Steep at 150°F for 3-5 minutes

Recent reviews

    • Cassandra Guild

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      This tea has a strong lemon flavor that reminds me a bit of lemon icing.

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      Cameron Kilchrist

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      I got this tea as part of the yerba mate sampler. I was looking forward to trying it, but this blend really blew me away! Adagio's mate brewing instructions lead to a mild cup, but the delicate nature of the mate melds well with the light citrus flavors.

    • melissa Dichiaro

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      I didn’t like this tea at all. Mate isn’t my favorite but I do like the mocha but one this I didn’t care for

    • Krista S

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      The description says it’s good as an iced tea, but to me it was both weak and weird, both on the tongue and in the aftertaste. I couldn’t even finish a cup... which is most unlike the rest of Adagio’s teas. This makes only two out of many many that I just didn’t like.

    • Brannon Hall

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      Not a huge fan of this tea. It has a strong citrus flavor for sure. Reminds me of something one might drink if they were sick. =)

    • Chelsea Windmoeller-Schmit

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      I liked the balance of citrus to mate. I just think the citrus had a weird aftertaste

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      Samantha K

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      Love the citrus and yerba combo. Gives a nice pick me up too.

    • Max Sugerman

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      Really good combo. Mate and citrus compliment eachother really well. I prefer regular mate, but this blend is a good variation