In 1930 a group of Swiss immigrants created a cooperative of yerba mate producers in Santo Pipó, Misiones, Argentina. For more than thirty years cooperative was growing and producing yerba mate only to supply other companies, until in the beginning of 1960s they started to make their own yerba mate under the new brand Piporé that was marketed in Argentina and later abroad.

Today Piporé is amongst the 10 largest companies of yerba mate in the country and is the second exporter worldwide.


Piporé Sin Palo

Piporé Sin Palo

I like Piporé Sin Palo. It is solid and honest yerba mate that is here to do one thing - to be a trusty companion in your everyday tasks. It’s not going to be a brightest star on the shelf, it will not impress you with array of flavors. It is here to help, and it does that brilliantly. Piporé Sin Palo will always be by your side doing its job - helping to do yours.


Piporé Con Palo

Piporé Con Palo

This classical Argentinian ‘con palo’ mate is great, well-balanced and soothing. It has a pleasant smell, taste and finish, well suited for both hot and cold brewing. This was the first yerba mate that I really loved and definitely is one of my favorites. Piporé Con Palo for me will forever associate with that ‘classical Argentine’ flavor, that made me really fall in love with that beautiful drink.