Sklep Kolonialny WC Yerba Mate Kurupi Yorador (former Sabor Citrus) 500 g
Refreshing yerba mate with the flavor of fresh lemons with the addition of vitamin C.
Yerba Mate Kurupi Yorador (former Sabor Citrus) 500 g
The old Sabor Citrus in a new version - with the addition of vitamin C!
Yerba mate is made from a holly native to South American rainforests.
Yerba Mate Kurup and Yorador - the former Sabor Citrus (with the addition of vitamin C) is much more than a regular product. Like coffee and chocolate, steeped in history and culture, yerba mate brought close and constant contact between European colonists and indigenous South American communities. As a result, mate crosses linguistic and cultural boundaries.
Yerba Mate Kurupi Yorador
Yerba mate is drunk mainly in Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay. It is the equivalent of our tea and coffee, which traditionally accompany social gatherings. However, the taste of mate is nothing like black tea or coffee. In a way, it can be compared to the taste of green tea, although true mate lovers would probably deny it. Both mate and green tea are bitter, but the bitterness is different in each drink.
Yerba Mate Kurup and Yorador are not only tasty and healthy infusions. It is also the company of people close to you - you can drink it whenever you meet for a chat or family party.
Yebra mate with vitamin C, boldo, mint, verbena and citrus aroma
Although traditionally brewing yerba mate is a shared experience, many people prefer to drink it alone. However, drinking yerba together is an experience that will bring you closer to your friends and make you both feel better. What's more, the addition of vitamin C strengthens and helps you survive cold days. So why not start sharing yerba mate with your friends and family?
Mate is primarily a social activity
As the national drink of Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay, also popular in parts of Brazil, Chile, Lebanon and Syria, yerba mate brings people together and brings them closer to each other through the collective experience of drinking a common gourd brew. One person, known as the cebador, prepares and serves yerba mate to the whole group. This person is also responsible for ensuring the drink has the right flavor.
- Dust, finely cut and slightly chopped leaves and stems of yerba mate (Paraguayan holly - Ilex paraguariensis ).
- Vitamin C - a new addition to the mixture.
- Orcza boldo (Peumus boldus).
- Mięta pieprzowa (Mentha x piperita).
- Lemon verbena or linden ( Aloysia triphylla ).
- Werbena pospolita ( Verbena officinalis ).
- Citrus aroma, identical to the natural.
Lemon verbena or trifoliate linden give the mixture a deep lemon aroma with fruity notes. It perfectly soothes the bitterness of holly. It is used as a substitute for orange peel and gives yerba its flavor. Apart from good taste, verbena also has healing properties - it supports the liver and spleen, and is sometimes used as a remedy against depression. It also helps fight colds and lowers fever.
Verbena gives the brew a lemon flavor. It is said to stimulate creativity, sharpen the mind and energize. Like lemon verbena, it soothes and improves mood swings as it acts on the central nervous system. In homeopathy, it is used in the production of drugs for insomnia and neurosis.
Dust in yerba is essential because it contains flavor and strength. On the other hand, the stalks, or palitos , also play an important role in preventing bombilla from clogging.
All herbs packaged for commercial purposes have dust. During transport, dust settles on the underside. Therefore, before opening the package, you need to shake it so that the individual fractions (dust, leaves and fine twigs / nerves) are mixed evenly (the dust has moved from the bottom to the top).
That is why Wojciech Cejrowski recommends yerba cans - you open a packet of yerba, pour it into the can with a dispenser and shake it vigorously before each pouring a new portion into the vessel to mix everything like in a shaker.
The percentage of each fraction in yerba is regulated by national and company standards; must fall within specific ranges.
How does it work:
- Adds energy.
- It stimulates creativity.
- It improves the mood.
- Supports the liver and spleen.
- It cleanses the body.
- Strengthens immunity.
Taste and Aroma:
Herbal mint-citrus infusion with a smoky aroma.
Country of origin:
Paraguay - from the Paraguayan Santa Margarita plantation, located in the state of Misiones, in the south of the country.
Yerba is packed in a plastic, airtight packaging, placed in a colorful cardboard box, signed with the name of Wojciech Cejrowski.