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

Lenguaje del mate "With Love, The Argentina Family~Memories of Tango and Kugel; Mate with Knishes"

How to prepare the "mate"! Come enjoy it during your Spanish classes at El Pasaje Spanish School! http://www.elpasajespanish.com/

Planta del mate

Los 10 mandamientos de un buen Mate Argentino.the 10 amendments of a good Argentinian Mate :)

Bombas pra Chimarrão Bombillas: used for drinking Mate (Argentina/Uruguay

Bombillas: used for drinking Mate in Uruguay or Argentina.same as the Tango, wich comes from Uruguay and Argentina.

Niño tomando un mate en Argentina!!

the passion begins at an early age! A baby gaucho (gauchito?) sipping his mate.

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Yerba Mate Shavasana In Tea Form | Yerba Mate Argentina Tea | Work Out, Yoga and Exercise Tee Shirt

Excited to share the latest addition to my #etsy shop: Yerba Mate Shavasana In Tea Form | Yerba Mate Argentina Tea | Work Out, Yoga and Exercise Tee Shirt http://etsy.me/2EgEv7Z #clothing #shirt #workoutclothes #exerciseclothes #teateeshirt #teatshirt #yerbamate #yerba

Mate~ He mateado desde q tengo memoria, con mi abuelita, con mi madre...El solo sentir el aroma, evoca en mi mi niñez y mis viajes a Chiloe, la tierra de mi familia materna

A species of the holly family, Yerba mate is more nutritious than green tea. Like green tea, it contains antioxidants, which helps with weight loss

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

El origen de "Keep Calm" - Info

Customized Mate, Argentina Freaking sweet! I want this

Organic Yerba mate tea has many health benefits. In South America, it is referred as "The Drink of the Gods.

MATE - una bebida tradicional de argentina

karissajobman: “ Mate, a group activity The most common drink in Argentina (and many other parts of southern South America) is made from the steeping dried leaves of yerba mate. It is drank from a.

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