The food of the Gods. That’s what the Aztecs called chocolate. Scientifically, theobroma cacao, chocolate is one…Continue Reading
Like wine, cheese, and olives, there are many types of yerba mate, ranging from earthy and herbaceous to sour and malty. There are three principal growing regions for yerba mate: Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay, (and small selections of Uruguay). In Brazil, they grown two types of mate: native mate for the locals called chimarrão (pronounced she-ma-HOWN) and mate for the Uruguayans known as Gaucho mate. Explore the various types of yerba mate.
Types of Yerba Mate Tea Explained
There are many types of yerba mate tea, just like wine, tea, and olives. Yerba…Continue Reading
Introduction to Chimarrão, Brazilian Yerba Mate
What is Chimarrão Brazilian Yerba Mate? Chim-A-What…? Yeah, I know. That was my reaction the…Continue Reading