Yerba Maté Cold Steep Methods

Yerba Maté Cold Steep Methods

Here are some cool yerba maté drink ideas:

Iced Yerba Mate

Cold Steeped Yerba Maté Tea

Use 1 cup of loose yerba maté tea for every gallon of tea you want to make (can be adjusted based on how strong you want your maté tea to be). Let the grounds steep in cool water overnight (in or out of the fridge). Strain in the morning and refrigerate.

Enjoy cold steeped yerba maté tea plain or with your choice of sweetener.

OR: You can do any variety of things to your yerba maté base. You can add 1 to 1 1/2 cans (per gallon of mate) of frozen juice concentrate (raspberry, peach, grape, etc) or frozen lemonade. No extra sweetener is normally needed.

Experiment, there's so much you can do with Maté Factor yerba maté!

Cold Steeped Maté on the Go

Place one or two yerba maté tea bags in a bottle of cold water and let them sit for 10 minutes or so. Add lemon, lime, or sweetener as desired.

Sun Maté

You can also make delicious sun brewed maté tea. Take the standard 1 cup of loose yerba maté per gallon and leave it in the sun for a few hours. Strain and refrigerate.

 

Recipes:

Iced Vanilla Chai Maté Latté

Tropical Sunrise Punch

Iced Vanilla Dark Roast

Iced Peach Maté

Iced Green Tea Ginseng