Yerba Maté

Contains Caffeine

Yerba Maté (Ilex paraguariensis) is a small tree native to the subtropical highlands of Brazil, Paraguay, and Argentina. The Guarani Indians of these regions introduced this evergreen member of the Holly family to colonizing and modern civilizations. The drink is brewed from the dried leaves and stem lets of this perennial tree. Yerba Maté is known as the national drink of these countries, and is consumed by millions of South Americans as a healthful alternative to coffee. This stimulating herbal beverage has the unique ability to wake up the mind without the nervousness and jitters associated with coffee.



Name Description
Chai Maté

The cup has a vegetative and greenish character with highlights of cinnamon and ginger.

Ginger Maté

A light vegetative green flavour with a clean delicate ginger finish.

Roasted Yerba Maté

Full bodied and smooth. The roasted character imparts a coffee-like toast flavour. It is rich in mateine, which is recognized as a mild stimulant.

Study Buddy Maté

Lovely fruit notes take the edge of Wide-Eyed-Maté. Finishes with a lovely Provence rosemary.  Straight A’s!

Yerba Maté

Yerba maté has a stimulating effect and believed by some to have numerous health benefits. The cup has a vegetative and greenish character.