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Yerba Mate - Playadito 500Gr

Yerba Mate - Playadito 500Gr

Regular price €6,75 EUR
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Playadito has more than 80 years of history and experience in our most rooted tradition: Mate. Its history dates back to 1926, when a group of German immigrants founded the Liebig Cooperative in the province of Corrientes, Argentina.

Yerba Mate Playadito is produced with great dedication in every phase of its processing, from the selection of the seedlings to the harvest, from the drying of the mature leaves to their optimal maturation, their grinding and packaging, to make yerba mate a unique product in terms of flavour, softness and aroma.

Playadito is a herb made with pole and gluten-free, it is characterized by its delicious delicate flavor. Recommended for those who frequently drink mate and prefer soft and long-lasting flavours.


Origin tracking: We assign a batch number that identifies the geographical area, the dryer used and the harvest season.

Quality: We maintain strict requirements for color, flavor, aroma and moisture.

Sanitary conditions: We carry out systematic microbiological studies to ensure the safety of the raw material.

• Seasoning: We evaluate it before going into milling and take care of its evolution.

• Blend: All batches must meet specifications to create its signature blend.

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We recommend storing the Yerba package in a cool, dry place for optimal storage.

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Impero del Mate

The composition of Mate is an art before a ritual, in fact, preparing the Yerba for infusion is a key step for correct drinking, enhancing its aromas and aromas.
Find out how to do it by clicking below!

How to prepare a Mate

How is a Mate prepared? | Video Guide