Exotic, rich and dangerously fruity. A taste worthy of the local fruit markets of South America. It's like tasting a ripe, juicy passion fruit that's been kindly offered to you by the vendor: a wave of coolness on a hot, humid summer's day!
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Organic yerba mate
Organic cane sugar
Organic passion fruit juice concentrate
Concentrated lime juice
No artificial flavors
No artificial sugars
Organic Yerba Mate
Equivalent to an espresso
Awakens the mind
Discover yerba mate.
Forget coffee. If you're looking for a beverage that will give you energy while keeping you focused, yerba mate is the answer. This plant, also known by its biological name Ilex paraguariensis, is native to regions in South America, where it has been used for centuries for its energizing and revitalizing properties.
Ilex paraguariensis, by its botanical name, or yerba maté, is a tree that grows in southern countries of South America, mainly Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay. Yerba Mate leaves are naturally caffeinated and picked and dried for consumption, traditionally infused in a calabash (small container), using the bombilla (filtering straw) and by adding hot water.
Mate Libre uses these same leaves to offer a refreshing, tangy, floral, slightly sweet and energizing beverage. Learn more about what is Yerba Mate
Absolutely! Like coffee or tea, yerba mate is definitely safe to drink every day and locals in South America drink anywhere between 1-4 litres of a day. While we don’t recommend drinking THAT much (especially for those not used to drinking caffeine) feel free to incorporate yerba mate drinks into your daily routine!