The "bombilla" or straw is essential to enjoy a good mate tea. This metallic piece, in the form of a thin tube, allows us to drink the yerba mate infusion and is thus a key element in the ritual of mate tea. 1.Knowing the bombilla This special drinking straw, which exists exclusively for the purpose
Each year, the Galicia Bank and the Argentinian newspaper LA NACIÓN deliver the "Agricultural Excellence Awards" in 15 categories to the best names in the industry. Establecimiento Las Marías (the company that created Taragüi) has won in 2017 not only the prize for the Best Agri-Food Company, but also the Highest Award of the night:
In Establecimiento Las Marias, the good quality of the yerba mate is guaranteed at all stages of its production, from extraction to consumption. Stage 1: The nursery After selecting the best specimens to ensure quality, millions of young plants are grown in the nursery. Stage 2: Plantations After six months, these young plants are taken
There is a proper way to prepare and drink mate, but it is also important to know the process of cleaning and maintenance. Step 1: Curing the mate If your mate is made of pumpkin, it is very important to cure it before use. To cure the mate, add some yerba with warm water and
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. What do you use to prepare mate? This beverage is prepared with yerba mate, a native tree from the jungles around the Parana river, the Uruguay River and the Paraguay River. This plant with
Mate is a beverage from South America, very popular in countries like Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay. To understand its present importance, it is necessary to know its history. The Guaraní and their yerba Mate consumption dates back to the Guarani people (natives of some South American countries), as confirmed by the investigations of essayist and