Classic Gourd and Bombilla


Yerba mate comes from the naturally caffeinated leaves of a native species of holly tree, Ilex paraguariensis, found deep in the South American Atlantic rainforest.

Traditionally, yerba mate is infused with hot water in a hollowed-out gourd. The liquid is filtered through a metal straw called a bombilla and is usually shared among friends who take a sip and pass it along.

Pour, sip, pour, pass, repeat!

This tradition has been passed down for generations: yerba mate awakens the mind, brings people together and creates a community that stretches around the world.

How to prepare your yerba mate

What you'll need

Guayakí loose leaf yerba mate
Gourd (or mason jar)
Cool water
Hot water

All paths lead to delicious energy

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