4 cultural origins of Yerba Mate

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Jul 16th 19 2:37 pm
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4 cultural origins of Yerba Mate

by fun1girly » Jul 16th 19 2:37 pm

Hey tea friends! Just thought we’d share our latest findings on Yerba Mate with you as the differences between the drinking habits in Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay are absolutely fascinating! Check out this article below if you’d like to immerse yourself into the incredible worth of Ancient South American culture!
https://teapro.co.uk/2019/07/16/cultura ... erba-mate/
Would love to hear your thoughts!
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Jul 16th 19 6:33 pm
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Re: 4 cultural origins of Yerba Mate

by himitsu~ » Jul 16th 19 6:33 pm

nice article :)

but chile is conspicuously absent

Jul 28th 19 11:29 am
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Re: 4 cultural origins of Yerba Mate

by fun1girly » Jul 28th 19 11:29 am

himitsu~ wrote:nice article :)

but chile is conspicuously absent
Oh no! Sorry about that! When we did our research, Chile didn’t really come up!
How do the Chileans drink Yerba Mate? Would love to get your insight on this!


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Jul 31st 19 1:58 am
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Re: 4 cultural origins of Yerba Mate

by himitsu~ » Jul 31st 19 1:58 am

im not an expert. i was actually hoping to read about it in your article so i could learn more. :lol:

i drank it with some farmers one time in the mountains there. water heated in a basic kettle tossed directly into a camp fire. it provided much needed energy.

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Re: 4 cultural origins of Yerba Mate

by JoonasJ » Aug 5th 19 1:11 pm

Nice and well-written article! I also love the pictures. Thanks for sharing.