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Yerba Maté Gourd Set | Wood

£14.99

SKU: 80015
  • Double stainless steel Maté cup with BPA-free/straw-friendly lid, stainless steel Bombilla (straw) and cleaning brush
  • Double-wall technology keeps the tea (or coffee) hot
  • Easy to Clean
  • 340ml capacity

The double-wall insulation technology means hot drinks can remain hot for 3 hours. The Bombilla (special straw) is designed to act as a pressurized extraction filter for your Yerba Maté Tea. The Bombilla filters the grain that can sometimes slip through holes in traditional filters; only the liquid gets through. It is perfect for Yerba Maté Tea, loose leaf tea and freshly ground coffee.

Fill a flask with hot water: The ideal temperature is between 70º and 80ºC.

Pour in the Yerba Maté and shake: Using your eye as a guide, fill the cup three quarters full with the tea, then cover it with your free hand, tip it upside down, and shake it.

Tilt, make a hollow and pour in the water: Now tilt the Maté cup so that the Yerba rests on one side, and slowly pour a little water into the space created. We restate that, in order to avoid burning the Yerba and reducing its flavour, the water shouldn’t be boiling! Let it rest for a moment before moving on.

Place the bombilla: The bombilla is the metal straw used to drink the infusion and it should be placed into the moist area of the Yerba where you poured the water.  

Time to brew: Pour a little water each time and always in the same part of the Maté where the bombilla is placed to make it last as long as possible.

 

CAUTION when drinking: contents remain very hot for a long time due to double wall vacuum insulation.

The double-wall insulation technology means hot drinks can remain hot for 3 hours. The Bombilla (special straw) is designed to act as a pressurized extraction filter for your Yerba Maté Tea. The Bombilla filters the grain that can sometimes slip through holes in traditional filters; only the liquid gets through. It is perfect for Yerba Maté Tea, loose leaf tea and freshly ground coffee.

Fill a flask with hot water: The ideal temperature is between 70º and 80ºC.

Pour in the Yerba Maté and shake: Using your eye as a guide, fill the cup three quarters full with the tea, then cover it with your free hand, tip it upside down, and shake it.

Tilt, make a hollow and pour in the water: Now tilt the Maté cup so that the Yerba rests on one side, and slowly pour a little water into the space created. We restate that, in order to avoid burning the Yerba and reducing its flavour, the water shouldn’t be boiling! Let it rest for a moment before moving on.

Place the bombilla: The bombilla is the metal straw used to drink the infusion and it should be placed into the moist area of the Yerba where you poured the water.  

Time to brew: Pour a little water each time and always in the same part of the Maté where the bombilla is placed to make it last as long as possible.

 

CAUTION when drinking: contents remain very hot for a long time due to double wall vacuum insulation.