The origin of Yerba Mate Amanda goes back to the year 1900. At this time, a colonist family from Poland settled down in Misiones, province of Argentina, and cultivated yerba mate. Nowadays the Amanda plantations are located in the agricultural area “la Cachuera” near the city Apóstoles (Misiones), popular as the “capital of yerba mate”.
Coarse grinding Mate Amanda Tradicional contains leaves (about 2/3), dust and stems (about 1/3). All three parts are equally important for a balanced taste and aroma. It has a classic, relatively mild flavor with light floral notes. The energy effect is very mild.
It is recommended to fill with not very hot water to avoid bitterness.