Yerba Maté & Guayusa Teas - RD

Brewing Tips
Do you love a good cup of yerba maté or guayusa? You're here just in time for tea!
  1. Place sixteen ounces of water per serving on medium heat.

  2. Measure two tablespoons of loose yerba maté or guayusa into a teapot, tea bag, or infuser, and set it aside until the water has reached roughly 190 °F.

  3. Immerse your tea leaves in hot water for roughly 5 minutes, adjusting by taste.

    1. A longer steep will extract a higher mateine (and caffeine) content and will also form a more robust flavor profile.

  4. Discard your used leaves, add any sweeteners you’d like, and enjoy!To Brew Yerba Mate and Guayusa, steep 2 teaspoons of tea leaves in 8 oz of hot water for 4-6 minutes.