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Let’s Split from Tea Noir


Lets Split Yerba Mate Tisane from Tea Noir

Let's Split Yerba Mate Tisane from Tea Noir

One of my favorite teas, and one of the first artisan brews I tried from an Etsy seller! This delicious Yerba Mate blend really is the best yerba mate I’ve tasted!

With luscious banana top notes, and tasty walnuts mixed with a hint of cherry. As Tea Noir says about this tea:

Tea Noir has you covered with this daringly different yerba mate blend – Let’s Split, a sassy confection that combines crisp yerba mate with the natural flavours of banana, walnut, and cherry!

Because of the flavors combined in this infusion, it is a naturally sweet tea that needs less sweetener than you would normally use in your tea, if you use any. This is a rare treat that you won’t find elsewhere…a unique and tasty Yerba Mate experience!

One of the best parts about this tea is it’s re-brewablity. Even as little as one teaspoon can be successfully re-brewed several times before losing any flavor. This makes even a small amount of this blend last a very very long time!

The aroma of this tea is also one of it’s wonderful selling points, with heavy notes of sweet bananas! It’s a very smooth tea that is also extremely refreshing at any time of day. This is also a FANTASTIC blend for children as they love the taste and aroma too, and it’s very light as well as being nutritious!

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  1. Comment by January 7, 2009 @ 2:22 am
    Megan said:

    I am a huge fan of TeaNoir. I discovered her shop on Etsy over a year ago (and this reminds me that I need to go back and order again).

    Her “Lady in Red” Rooibos is one of the best teas I’ve ever had – just add a little milk to smooth it out and really pop the flavor. Mmmmm!

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