CALMATE & TOMATE UN MATE (keep calm and have some mate)

CALMATE & TOMATE UN MATE (keep calm and have some mate)

Brewing yerba mate with a kettle ("pava" in spanish). The word "Pava" (Turkey) comes from the similarity the Gaucho saw in this vessel with the silhouette of the bird while brooding her eggs in the nest.

Brewing yerba mate with a kettle ("pava" in spanish). The word "Pava" (Turkey) comes from the similarity the Gaucho saw in this vessel with the silhouette of the bird while brooding her eggs in the nest.

Love this. Naturally who would not love this, especially if you're Argentine!  I love it too.

Love this. Naturally who would not love this, especially if you're Argentine! I love it too.

MATE tradición argentina Mate y termo decorados con lana de colores

MATE tradición argentina Mate y termo decorados con lana de colores


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Con que tenía un significado cada tipo de mate... jejeje

Con que tenía un significado cada tipo de mate... jejeje

In Argentina you start drinking yerba mate very young.  Some kids get their first drink from a baby bottle.  By infusing the yerba mate with milk. yummmm

In Argentina you start drinking yerba mate very young. Some kids get their first drink from a baby bottle. By infusing the yerba mate with milk. yummmm

Mate. 'Mate, also known as chimarrão or cimarrón, is a traditional South American infused drink, particularly in Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, southern states of Brazil, south of Chile, and the Bolivian Chaco. It is prepared from steeping dried leaves of yerba mate in hot water.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/argentina

Mate. 'Mate, also known as chimarrão or cimarrón, is a traditional South American infused drink, particularly in Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, southern states of Brazil, south of Chile, and the Bolivian Chaco. It is prepared from steeping dried leaves of yerba mate in hot water.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/argentina

Mates are another name for gourds in South America

Mates are another name for gourds in South America

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