The origins of Yerba Mate
come from the Guaraní natives, who used its leaves as a drink and currency in their exchanges with other prehistoric cultures.
It grows in the north of Argentina, Paraguay, and south of Brazil. Each region has its own preference in terms of the type of yerba, temperature of water and different ways of preparing and drinking Yerba Mate. Generalizing, in Brazil and North of Argentina people usually use a big mate gourd, whereas in Uruguay, South of Argentina and Chile it is more common to drink from a small mate. Paraguayans usually drink from guampa. A traditional guampa for the Yerba Mate cup is made from a hollowed bull's horn.
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