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Pu Erh Titanium Tea Will Rock Your World

Are you drinking this pu erh Titanium Tea? You should be! Entrepreneur, author, and podcast legend, Tim Ferriss swears by this pu erh infused “Titanium Tea,” calling it “rocket fuel for the brain.” Ferriss is not only an overachiever himself, but he’s spent thousands of hours talking to the world’s most successful people and he maintains that diet is one of the biggest indicators of success. So what is Titanium Tea and why does it work so well?

Titanium Tea is a combination of pu erh (an aged black tea), green tea, coconut oil, MCT oil, and a turmeric-ginger blend and Ferriss claims it contains “fat loss and energetic benefits” that “consistently [blow him] away.”

The preparation of this pu erh based Titanium Tea is reminiscent of Bulletproof Coffee, but here’s how it differs:

Ferris’s Titanium Tea contains the same “fat plus stimulant” formula as Bulletproof Coffee, and it touts similar effects (energy and focus), BUT it’s made from a pu erh tea base, not coffee. This means there is less caffeine, and it includes other energy-boosting properties like theobromine and theophylline. These properties offer a more sustained energy boost and lessen caffeine dependency.

Pu erh titanium tea recipe

Titanium tea is a combination of pu erh (aged black tea), green tea, coconut oil, MCT oil, turmeric and ginger.

A longtime champion of tea, Tim Ferris has repeatedly stressed the importance of tea because it’s filled with powerful phytonutrients and antioxidants that can heal your body and boost your energy. And tea is the base of this super drink too, but it also contains other potent energy-giving ingredients that will help you power through the day.

Ready to try this pu erh concoction? Here’s how it’s done:


  • 1 Pu-erh tea bag
  • pinch of green tea leaves, or 1 green tea bag
  • dash of turmeric
  • 1/2 tsp ginger shavings
  • 1 tbsp coconut oil


  1. Steep tea, turmeric, and ginger for 60-90 seconds in a teapot.
  2. Pour into a teacup, add coconut oil, and stir.


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3 Yerba Mate Recipes You’ll Love

KissMeOrganics Yerba Mate

Yerba Mate is packed with antioxidants and nutrients, and drinking it regularly provides numerous health benefits. Plus, it contains caffeine so you also get a nice little buzz.

But …

not everyone falls in love with Mate at first sip. Its strong, earthy flavor is an acquired taste to some. I’ve personally grown to love it, but if you’re still on the fence and you’re looking for something a little lighter on the palate, here are 3 great Mate recipes that almost anyone can enjoy.


Yerba Mate Latte

Oh yes, I’m always up for a frothed milk treat. A latte is a great way to enjoy a softer, sweeter Yerba Mate experience. If you want to sip on something sweet and creamy that packs a nice little kick, this one is for you (Makes 1 latte).


  • 1 Yerba Mate tea bag
  • 3/4 cup water
  • 1/4 cup milk (dairy, soy, almond, rice)
  • 1 tbsp sweetener (sugar, honey, maple syrup)



1.Brew Mate bag in 3/4 cup of water. 2.Add 1/4 of warmed milk and 1 tbsp of sweetener. 3.Warm and froth ¼ milk (you can froth your milk by shaking it in a tightly sealed jar, or you can use a whisk, hand-held milk frother, or french press). 4.Top your mug of brewed yerba with frothed milk.



This is a common Mate drink in South American countries. It’s refreshing, sweet and cold so it makes the perfect sipping beverage for a hot summer day. You’ll need a bombilla (a traditional metal straw/filter) and loose leaf yerba in order to make your Terere. Here’s how it’s done.


  • loose-leaf Yerba Mate
  • ice cold water
  • sweetener (sugar, honey, agave syrup) (optional)
  • 1 lemon, lime or orange
  • mint, lemongrass (optional)



  • Guampa or Yerba Mate gourd
  • Bombilla



1.Fill your cup (or mate gourd if you have one) half way with loose leaf yerba mate. 2.Add boiling water to your mug just until all the yerba is moist. 3.Pour freshly squeezed lime, lemon or orange juice. 4.Add cold water and ice cubes to your mug. 5.Add mint and lemongrass (if using). 6.Wait for a few minutes for the water to extract the yerba mate and enjoy!


Yerba Mate Muffins

Cooking with Yerba Mate

Yes, I’m serious. You can add Mate to your muffins for a flavorful treat that packs an energy punch. Adding nutrient-filled Yerba to my muffins seems like the perfect excuse to indulge. I’m not eating these muffins because they’re delicious, I’m doing it for health reasons … I swear.

Ingredients (makes 12 muffins):

  • 1 cup cold Yerba Mate
  • 1 banana
  • 1 tablespoon chia seeds
  • 2 tablespoons lemon juice
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/4 cup coconut oil
  • 1/3 cup maple syrup
  • 1 3/4 cup whole wheat flour
  • 2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • Chocolate chips, blueberries, almonds, raisins (optional)



To make these muffins, 1.brew one cup of strong Yerba Mate (use 2 Yerba Mate bags or 2 scoops of loose leaf in a french press) and let it cool. 2.Preheat the oven to 180ºC. 3.Combine the cold yerba mate, chia seeds, lemon juice, and vanilla in a bowl. 4.Add minced banana. 5.Melt the coconut oil and maple syrup and add. 6.Slowly add flour, baking powder, and salt (do not overmix). 7.Add Chocolate chips, blueberries, almonds, raisins (if using). 8.Spoon the batter into a muffin pan with liners, about 2/3 full. 9.Bake for about 25 minutes.

Yum! What’s your favorite way to drink your Yerba Mate?


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Try These DIY Green Tea Face Masks

DIY green tea face masks

Anyone who knows me can vouch for my obsession with green tea. Since discovering matcha, I never miss an opportunity to sprinkle it over whatever I’m whipping up, savory or sweet. I consider tea one of nature’s most awesome gifts and I’m always up for trying new ways to consume it! When it comes to green tea, I am a lover, a user, and a pusher. Therefore, I’ve expanded my horizons beyond drinking it and I’ve started using it as part of my skin cleansing regime. I’ve been experimenting with DIY green tea face masks and cleansers, and I want to share some of my favorite finds with you.

Green tea is loaded with antioxidants that are not only good for your insides, they’re also great for your skin. As one of the most natural remedies for brighter, clearer skin, DIY green tea face masks are a great chemical free option for unclogging pores, calming redness, reducing puffiness, and improving elasticity. 

DIY Green Tea Face Masks

Hydrate, soothe and cleanse your face with this Matcha Yogurt Mask

3 teaspoons KissMeOrganics Culinary Grade matcha powder
5 teaspoons plain unsweetened yogurt
2 teaspoons 100% honey

Mix all the ingredients together and spread over your face. Leave it on for 15-20 minutes, and rinse. Pat dry and take a few minutes to admire your glowing skin.

Deep clean and exfoliate with this Matcha Exfoliating Mask

3 teaspoons KissMeOrganics Culinary Grade matcha powder
1 teaspoon filtered water
1 teaspoon 100% honey

Add all the ingredients to a bowl and mix them into a paste. Apply the paste to your face and leave it on for 15-20 minutes. Wet your fingertips with warm water and gently massage the paste on your face. Rinse, pat dry and snap a selfie of that fresh face.

Rehydrate super dry skin with this Matcha Coconut Oil Mask

2 teaspoons KissMeOrganics Culinary Grade matcha
½ teaspoon organic coconut oil
3 drops filtered water

Add matcha and coconut oil to a bowl and mix until matcha forms a thick paste. Add enough water to make the paste spreadable (one drop at a time). Spread over your face and leave on for 15-20 minutes. Wipe off with cotton to reveal your glowing face.

Try this Honey Green Tea Leaf Mask instead of throwing out your used tea bags

2 Green Tea bags
2 teaspoons 100% honey

Empty the contents of your used green tea bags into a bowl. Add honey and mix into a paste. Apply the paste to your face and leave on for 10 minutes. Wet fingertips with warm water and gently massage the mask into your skin. Rinse, pat dry, and make sure there aren’t any tea leaves stuck to your face!

Rejuvenate and wake up with this Green Tea Facial Splash

1 Green Tea Bag
2 cups filtered water

Boil water and add to a medium-sized bowl. Add green tea bag to the bowl of boiling water and leave it to steep. Once the bowl has cooled, stand over the sink and splash your face with the green tea repeatedly until it’s gone. Rinse, pat dry, and glow get ‘em!

Open up with this Green Tea Steam

2 green tea bags
A liter of filtered water

Boil water in a large pot and transfer to a large bowl. Add the tea bags to the boiling water and allow to cool enough so you won’t scald your face. Lean over the bowl of tea, draping a towel over the back of your head to trap the steam. Breathe, relax, and enjoy!

Applying green tea directly to your skin can help clear up acne, reduce rosacea, and improve elasticity, plus it’s all natural and the catechins offer some UV protection. Will you be trying one of these DIY green tea face masks? I’d love to hear what you think in the comments below. Now if you’ll excuse me, I’ll be sipping on a matcha latte and trying to figure out how to steep a green tea bag in my humidifier, while slathering matcha paste all over my skin.