|"It's interesting and refreshing, and I highly recommend if if you're either a fan of green yerba maté."|
I brew one and a half teaspoons with boiling water for 3 minutes. It's bright and fruity with a hint of bitterness at the back of the tongue. Underneath the stronger flavour notes lies a grassy, herby quality. As it cools, the bitterness is replaced by an odd, almost soapy aftertaste. It's a strange addition, but somehow it isn't unpleasant.
It's fresh and bright, very similar to an unroasted yerba maté, but distinctly different. It has a wilder, less polished flavour, something I really appreciate. After tasting both versions, I much preferred this "light roast" blend. It's interesting and refreshing, and I highly recommend if if you're either a fan of green yerba maté or if you're just looking to try something new.
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