White tea is made with the simplest, ancient method: it is dried under the Sun, therefore it retains its natural strength. Making yellow tea is slightly different than making green tea: the leaves are lightly fermented before drying.
Two main Pu’er variants: the naturally aged, more vibrant raw Sheng生 and the deep, earthy, dark Shu 熟. Both have a very complex taste which is affected not just by the processing and blending but the age of the tea tree and the terroire as well.
Yerba mate is a widely-cultivated, Ilex Paraguarensis evergreen tree leaves used refreshing tea beverage throughout South America. Yerba mate is indigenous to Paraguay, Brazil, Argentina, and Uruguay. Due to its high caffeine content, Yerba Maté tea is used medicinally as a diuretic and stimulant to alleviate mental and physical fatigue.