Each of these oversize teabags
brews a single 12-oz. Mug
Steep each teabag in
12 ounces of hot water
for 3 minutes.
‘Anciano’ (Spanish/Portuguese)–noun: ‘old man’
The Guaraní people started drinking maté in a region that currently includes Paraguay, southern Brazil, southeastern Bolivia, northeastern Argentina and Uruguay. The Guaraní have a legend that says the Goddesses of the Moon and the Cloud came to the Earth one day to visit it, but they instead found a yaguareté (jaguar) that was going to attack them. An anciano (old man) saved them, and, in compensation, the goddesses gave the old man a new kind of plant, from which he could prepare a “drink of friendship”.
Here in the forested mountains
of Central Pennsylvania,
we teabag the finest
aged Brazilian toasted maté,
in our gluten-free-dedicated facility.
Tastings: Autumn leaves, roasted grains.
The CoffeeTrade ® Company
Specialty Coffees & Specialty Teas,
“Wisdom matures slowly.”
(Our teas, tisanes, and coffees
make excellent gifts!)
“Observatio, Experimenta, et Inventum”™