To find yerba mate – also known as “green gold” – head straight to Northeastern Argentina. There, in the far-up provinces of Misiones and Corrientes, you’ll find yerba mate plantations where your favorite herb is harvested.
Yerba Mate Guide
Of course, yerba mate is much more than a cool trend. For many, it’s an integral part of their culture. For others, it’s a great nutritional alternative to coffee and tea. Today we’ll go over the big benefits of yerba mate, so you can decide whether you want to try a sip! Warning: after reading this article, you may just become a mate enthusiast.
As a yerba mate newbie, you may find your first mate a little intimidating. From what style of mate to make, what yerba to buy, what bombilla and mate to use, and how to prepare it, there’s a lot to think about. Today we’ll break down the process so that you can choose your first yerba mate to try – and actually enjoy it, too.