Pecadito

Tea type
Yerba maté Tea
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Flavors
Melon, Peach
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Average preparation
Iced 8 min or more

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  • “I have been desperately craving another Theodor the, their Peché Mignon, their melon and peach green tea. This is their green mate with melon and peach and well it was on stock – and it´s just as...” Read full tasting note
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Green flavoured yerba mate with major notes of peach, melon and passion fruits.

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I have been desperately craving another Theodor the, their Peché Mignon, their melon and peach green tea. This is their green mate with melon and peach and well it was on stock – and it´s just as amazing!

I made it iced, cold brewed and then strained for maybe half a hour (with mate and tea, I find it gets bitter if I leave it much longer than say one hour even when cold brewed. Even hibiscus I do not like to leave overlong. Only rooibos I leave overnight). It really tastes a lot like Peché Mignon, even their own page makes a reference to it, but with a mate base. I suppose this description won´t be much help to anybody who never had the fortune to try Peché Mignon but it means it tastes naturally and strongly like melon and peach, in balance somehow. Pecadito reportedly has some passion fruit as well, which I think i detect on the aftertaste and makes it non-cloying somehow.

Love it, this package will probably not survive the summer here.

Flavors: Melon, Peach

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more
Ysaurella

green maté…I have no idea why I am so suspicious about matés…without having any !

OMGsrsly

That’s a good tip, steeping it for only 30 minutes. I’ve tried leaving a mate overnight before and it was very bitter.

cteresa

Ysaurella, the green mates are smoother than the red – the real sold in 1 kg packages of southern brazillian/argentinian mates are a bit scary, but these flavoured Theodor ones are so much smoother and softer. i think you might like them – I got to send you some of this one! They do give an energy kick which is difficult to explain, smoother than coffee, less jittery.

OMGsrsly, I have tried cold brewing mate and had to throw it away, which was a waste. really really bitter.

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