Yerba Mate Reviews

Mate is a big part of culture in Argentina. Despite the fact that mate is drank all over the country, it is grown and produced only in two northern provinces of Argentina — Corrientes and Misiones. According to the most recent statistics  , Argentina is the largest producer of yerba mate in the world with 56-62%, followed by Brazil, 34-36%, and Paraguay with 5%.

Argentine people love their hot mate and prefer to drink it traditionally — out of calabash gourd or using vessels made out of palo santo wood or algarrobo wood.

Argentine yerba mate in general has a very balanced cut, that includes leaves, stems and powder — so called con palo. Some of the producers also make versions without stems and much less powder, so called despalada or sin palo.


Liebig Original

Beautiful, delicate and fragile like a spring flower.


November 21, 2018

Playadito Con Palo

A long-lasting natural candy.


November 10, 2018

Cruz de Malta Boldo y Menta

Argentine yerba mate in Paraguayan style.


July 21, 2019

Cruz de Malta Tradicional

One of the most popular yerba mates, and deservedly so.


September 3, 2018

Kraus Orgánica

A liquid rainforest — very unique organic yerba mate.


January 27, 2019

La Merced Barbacuá

A smoky treat for experienced palate.


February 17, 2019

La Merced De Campo

Exemplary no-nonsense yerba mate that is a definition of Argentine taste.


February 4, 2019

Nobleza Gaucha Tradicional

Great first-time yerba mate for beginners.


June 5, 2019

Piporé Selección Especial

Special selection of already great yerba mate.


March 29, 2019

Piporé Sin Palo

A trusty companion - solid and reliable yerba mate.


August 13, 2018

Piporé Con Palo

Beautiful yerba mate does not have to be over the top.


July 28, 2018

Rosamonte Selección Especial

Solid and interesting spin-off from the regular Rosamonte lineup.


October 21, 2019

Rosamonte Tradicional

Wild cat for beginners; harmless kitten for experienced materos.


August 26, 2018

Taragüi Vitality

Despalada on steroids for caffeine junkies.


May 4, 2019

Taragüi Sin Palo

Simple but powerful coffee-like yerba mate.


August 5, 2018

Taragüi Con Palo

Simple yerba for everyday drinking.


July 31, 2018