Both mate and coffee are caffeinated drinks and both are among the most consumed beverages in the world; However, in countries like
The process of preparing mate ("cebar", in Spanish) involves a series of techniques and tricks to ensure the best results. In this
Each year, the Galicia Bank and the Argentinian newspaper LA NACIÓN deliver the "Agricultural Excellence Awards" in 15 categories to the best
More and more people all around the world are starting to hear about the great benefits of yerba mate. The word is
Tea and coffee drinkers may be unaware that yerba is considerably healthier and more beneficial. This is a brief summary of all
Which is the best mate for you? This is a small guide for choosing the best yerba according to your needs, your
Not only is necessary to know how to properly prepare mate; The quality of the yerba that we use to prepare it
Although it is traditionally a hot drink, Mate also has a cooler and refreshing version for the summer called "Tereré". It is
Since mate is a beverage containing caffeine, it is necessary to evaluate its consumption during pregnancy, especially in South American countries such
Mate is a very traditional drink in South America which is usually consumed every day, even more than the coffee or tea.
Yerba Mate is a great source of nutritional and physical benefits for the human body. In addition to helping with energy, concentration
In Establecimiento Las Marias, the good quality of the yerba mate is guaranteed at all stages of its production, from extraction to
There is a proper way to prepare and drink mate, but it is also important to know the process of cleaning and
Yerba mate has excellent nutritional qualities and physical benefits on the human body, including the possibility of losing weight when it's consumed
Mate is a very special South American beverage and its preparation is very different from other infusions such as tea or coffee.
Yerba Mate has important nutritional qualities and health benefits on the human body that have been confirmed by numerous scientific studies.
Mate is the most popular beverage in Argentina, well above coffee and tea. According to the National Institute of Yerba Mate an average of 100 liters of mate is consumed annually per person in the country. Mate is present in over 90% of Argentine households.
Mate is an infusion made with yerba mate, very popular in South American countries such as Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay and Brazil.