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Eco Tea Yerba Mate Loose Tea 1 LB, 1 Bag

Eco Tea Yerba Mate Loose Tea 1 LB, 1 Bag

Save On Eco Tea 1 Lb. Yerba Mate Loose Tea. Our Unsmoked Pure Leaf Yerba Mate Contains Nearly Twice The Antioxidant Power Of Green Tea. It Comes From A Small Family Farm In Northeastern Argentina Where It Is Dried With A Unique Smoke-Free Drying Process To Achieve A Smooth Clean Flavor. :. (Note: This Product ...

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Ecology Yerba Mate Set

Ecology Yerba Mate Set

Go native with our Ecology yerba mate set. The exotic hand carved gourd delivers an authentic mate experience. The included high quality spring bombilla filters your mate for smooth drinking. You also get a 7 oz package of our Especial Yerba Mate. Please cure your natural gourd before using. Complete instructions for ...

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ARGENTINA MATE GOURD YERBA TEA WITH STRAW BOMBILLA 0058

ARGENTINA MATE GOURD YERBA TEA WITH STRAW BOMBILLA 0058

BRAND NEW, GENUINE ARGENTINA HAND MADE MATE GOURD AND STRAW. This set includes all you need to drink the great energy drink called MATE. 1 Mate Gourd and 1 Bombilla (straw). You will need to "cure" the Mate cup before using it for the first time. This process must be made only once. To cure the Mate cup, please follow ...

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Eco Teas Organic Yerba Mate Unsmoked Green Energy, 24-Tea Bags

Eco Teas Organic Yerba Mate Unsmoked Green Energy, 24-Tea Bags

What is Yerba Mate? Yerba Mate is a holly tree native to the rainforests of South America. Its leaves are brewed into a vital green beverage: mate (say mah-tay). Mate is the national drink of Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay. People from all walks of life have enjoyed its beneficial properties for centuries. Sipping ...

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Cruz De Malta 1/2 Kilo Yerba Mate

Cruz De Malta 1/2 Kilo Yerba Mate

ARGENTINA YERBA MATE CRUZ DE MALTA x 500 G (1.1 lbs). Mate is a tea-like beverage most commonly consumed in Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay and Brazil as a healthful alternative to coffee. This infusion is brewed from the dried leaves of Yerba Mate (Ilex paraguariensis) a native plant of subtropical Latin America . YERBA ...

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