Taragüi Yerba Mate Classic Flavor Con Palo (with Stems) from Las Marías (1 kg / 2.2 lb)
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"Taragüi Con Palo is the most popular yerba mate in Argentina - and I understand why. Most of the people in Argentina don’t treat mate as something sophisticated and gourmet. For them mate is something that they are used to drink every day during work or lunch and they are looking for something that will give them all the benefits of mate but at the same time will not ‘distract’ them with bright and unusual flavors. Taragüi Con Palo is created for quick and simple drinking when the last think that you care about - is the flavor of your mate. I respect that, although I prefer more complex yerba mate."
Body: Light to medium
"Taragui isn’t like other brands. It’s simple and basic in taste, but it sure gets the job done. If you want something to wake you up in the morning or to get your body moving, you won’t be disappointed when you try Taragui. However, as popular as this mate is in Argentina, this isn’t something I would drink every day. Only when I need that extra kick. Whether a beginner or longtime drinker, Taragui is a must-try." -- Yerba Mate Lab
About the producer
Word “Taragüi” in Guarani language means Corrientes - northern Argentine province, home to the Taragüi yerba mate production. This is the most commercialy successful brand of Las Marias, parent company that also produces other yerba mate brands such as Unión, La Merced and Mañanita. History of Taragüi brand starts in 1924 and today you can find this yerba mate all over the word in many different forms - classic con palo mate and even “mate cocido”, tea-bagged yerba mate.
Official site: https://www.taragui.com/en-gb
I love mate and drink it daily. This is my brand of choice. Good flavor, consistent, classical Argentinian cut with stems and some dust. May not be for newcomers but it's one of the safest bets.