Mate Tee Trinkhalm Mateteegefaess

Mate Kombucha: These are the positive effects that mate tea has

Our new Kombucha refreshes in a gentle way

Our new varietyKombucha Mate combines a slightly smoky Mate taste with a pleasantly sweet and sour kombucha. The tea from South America has a long tradition and is valued for its beneficial effects on the organism. Because Mate tea combines the various positive properties of antioxidants, theobromine and caffeine. Mate tea is the perfect alternative to coffee that gently wakes you up and starts your day full of energy.

How is Mate tea traditionally prepared and drunk?

Mate tea is made from the brew of dried leaves of the Mate bush (Ilex paraguariensis). Strictly speaking, it is not a real tea at all, because it does not come from the genus of the tea plant Camellia Sinensis. The Mate plant is mainly grown in southern Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay and it is hard to imagine everyday life there without it. The crushed leaves of the Mate bush (also called yerba) are infused with cold or hot water and drunk from a calabash (also called matí). Traditionally, a special drinking tube with a small sieve is used to drink from the small bulbous vessel. So the Mate leaves are not drunk and the tea can even be infused several times. In Brazil, however, the Mate leaves are finely ground and called Erva Mate .

Matetee Matebecher Trinkhalm unterwegs trinken


And this is how you can prepare warm Mate tea yourself:

  1. First fill the calabash halfway with Mate leaves.
  2. Cover the opening of the calabash with the palm of your hand, then turn it upside down. Then gently shake everything back and forth. This allows the coarser leaves to separate from the fine leaves.
  3. Then press the Mate leaves onto the inner edge of the calabash with a little warm water.
  4. After you have put the drinking straw into the calabash and the leaves have swollen, you slowly pour the rest of the container with warm water (approx. 70 C)..
  5. Now you let everything steep for 2-3 minutes and the tea can be drunk.

    Mate tea as a healthy alternative to coffee!

    The cup of coffee in the morning is an indispensable part of our everyday life and reliably gives us the necessary energy kick that we need to start the day. When this effect wears off, however, some feel bad and feel uncomfortable, and sometimes even dizziness. Mate tea offers the perfect alternative for people who are struggling with precisely these symptoms. The caffeine is not so dosed and still wakes you up properly. The caffeine content in Mate tea is balanced out by the theobromine and theophylline present. Yerba Mate tea also impresses with its many positive properties. In addition to polyphenols, tea contains vitamins A, B1, B2 and C and significantly more antioxidants than green tea. He stimulates digestion on and can have anti-inflammatory effects and has an antibacterial effect. Not only the aging process should be inhibited by regular consumption of Mate tea, but also the appetite. So also the perfect companion in a healthy diet.


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    Pay attention to the origin of the Mate tea

    Important! It's best to only drink 100% organic Mate tea. This is free of pollutants that may occur in Mate tea from non-organic quality. Drying and roasting the Mate leaves over fire can produce unhealthy hydrocarbons. You can also exclude harmful pesticides in Mate tea with organic quality.

    KOMBUCHERY Blog Autor Merle 

    Thank you for reading!
    You can find more of my articles from A, such as non-alcoholic kombucha cocktails to Z, such as lemon- Ginger kombucha, on oursKOMBUCHERY blog. Let's learn more about kombucha together!
    Merle from Kombuchery

    Hinweis: Dieser Artikel ist ausschließlich für Informationszwecke bestimmt und nicht als professionelle Analyse, Beratung oder medizinische Auskunft zu verstehen, sondern enthält die persönliche Meinung des Autors, basierend auf recherchierter Fachliteratur und eigener Erfahrung zum Thema.

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