Argentina’s national drink, yerba mate (also called “Jesuits’ Tea), is an herbal infusion or tisane made from a plant in the holly family (Ilex paraguariensis), that is native to subtropical South America and found in northeastern Argentina, Bolivia, southern Brazil, Uruguay, and Paraguay. Yerba mate was scientifically classified by Swiss botanist, Moses Bertoni, who settled in Paraguay in 1895.
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