Lemon, Mate & Matcha Green Tea "Slim" Infusion

Short code: 2035
Full code: 0 54881 02035 8
Packaging: 20 x 1.5 g.
Lemon, Mate & Matcha Green Tea "Slim" Infusion

Sticking to a healthy diet can be tricky, but our Slim Infusion is on-hand to provide a little encouragement from Mother Nature. Metabolism-boosting matcha and zinc blend with cleansing mint, lemon balm and caffeine-rich mate to create a naturally stimulating and supportive sip. Give yourself (and your metabolism) a boost with this deliciously rejuvenating tea infusion.

To create this special blend, our Tea Masters combine mate and matcha teas. Mate – the national drink of Argentina – is an invigorating brew made from the leaves of the yerba holly bush. Matcha, on the other hand, is a type of Japanese green tea, made by grinding premium tea leaves to powder. Both teas are known to help speed up metabolism, which can contribute to healthy weight loss. To complement their grassy flavours, we also add spearmint, nettle and lemon balm, which creates a vivaciously fresh and cleansing brew. Finally, we fortify the blend with natural zinc, an essential mineral that contributes to normal carbohydrate metabolism. It’s the cherry on top for this slimming blend.

You’ll find 20 teabags in this box, each one string-tagged for easy brewing in a cup or a pot. Each teabag is foil-sealed to lock in the flavours and make sure every infusion is as fresh as the last. Our Slim infusion is an energising cuppa to enjoy daily, whether you’re trying to lose weight or just enjoy the naturally wholesome flavours. The caffeine from the tea means this tea is best enjoyed earlier in the day. Get your day off to a positive start or keep hunger at bay mid-morning with a cup of this lovely golden liquor. Breathe in the minty-citrus aromas and sip away.


Green tea, Spearmint, Nettle leaves, Green mate leaves, Blackberry leaves, Peppermint, Lemon balm, Flavouring, Zinc gluconate, Matcha granules, Lemon peel

This green tea has less caffeine than our black teas. It's important to keep in mind that brew time accounts for the primary influence over a tea's caffeine content.

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