ORGANIC Unsmoked Yerba Mate ANNA PARK / 1.10 Lbs – FAIR TRADE

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“Anna Park” is for many drinkers the “perfect” yerba mate.


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“Anna Park” is for many drinkers the “perfect” yerba mate. Not too strong, not too bitter, not too soft, not too anything in fact. Perfectly balanced organic certified yerba mate. The ANNA PARK Biological Reserve has 88.95 Acres of natural unexploited subtropical rainforest. ANNA PARK is a Private Reserve, part of the Green Corridors for the Protection of Bio-diversity, and protected area under the Ecology Ministry administration of Misiones Province. The ANNA PARK Biological Reserve protects many native vegetal and animal species. As an alternative, the Yerba Mate cultivation generates sustainable income for the reserve.

-Remember each Yerba deserves a personal experience. What’s good for one mate drinker may not be the same for another. If you are new to this world, you will get to play around with many Yerba flavors. Some Yerba Mate drinkers even find their personal “right blend” by mixing different brands. We encourage you to play around with this fun and healthy habit –

Taste will slightly vary as well if you change your mate cup and/or bombilla.


Production: This ia an organic yerba mate. Organic teas have no pesticides, herbicides or fungicides. Also, they do not have artificial flavors or ingredients of any kind. The packaging material that is used with the organic teas is also organic, as the paper that is used is recycled and biodegradable and the ink is water based.

Origins: Produced by a small and independent producer in Misiones, the land of the Yerba Mate.

Aging: Usually the aging process for the organic teas are longer than the regular therefore the flavor and aroma is better. It also makes the yerba mate less acidic.

-Currently not available for customers in the USA-

One of the best selling brands! Thanks Charles for your video review !

– OIA Organic Certified –


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Weight 0.52 kg


Anna Park

1 review for ORGANIC Unsmoked Yerba Mate ANNA PARK / 1.10 Lbs – FAIR TRADE

  1. AD MM

    Anna Park is a very fine yerba mate, particularly for those who like a delicate yerba, but I found that it’s possible to achieve a very different, more robust flavor by manipulating temperature. This is the amazing thing about yerba mate, and one of the things that presents a challenge in reviewing, in that it is a very multifaceted herb, with complex characteristics that emerge with different methods of brewing. You can achitve a variety of tastes by adjusting temperature, steeping times, and the amount of yerba you use.

    It’s interesting how many people like to brew yerba at a low temperature, with some users and reviewers using water as low as 140°F. And, of course, there are those who like to cold brew yerba as well. It turns out that the various constituents of yerba mate are extremely soluble in water, much more so than with coffee or tea, which is why yerba brewed at lower temperatures and short steeping times can still be satisfying on many levels. Still, it’s worth noting that one of the few studies done on antioxidant content and bioavailability of yerba that I am aware of observed that the antioxidant content was highest at 158°F.

    To my taste, if you go much below 160°F Anna Park presents a very woody taste profile. I’ve heard other people describe Anna Park at those temperatures as having a green apple characteristic, but I don’t see it. At around 160°F the flavor of this yerba opens up dramatically, with some complex, floral notes, along with a certain woody grassiness. If it’s late in the evening, and you want something light, Anna Park is soothing, delicate and satisfying at 160 F.

    But at 175° the flavor becomes much fuller, more robust, less woody, with notes of cinnamon. In fact, it begins to taste a bit like “Pampa”, which also has cinnamon notes. It’s no accident that this cinnamon characteristic appears in a number of different yerbas, because yerba mate does contain cinnamic acid.

    So, to those who think they’ve plumbed the depths of Anna Park, and possibly consider it too light, try it at 175° Fahrenheit.

    Even at this temperature, this quality yerba presents no bitterness. It’s also one of the purest, most ecologically grown yerbas around.

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