Marley Yerba Mate

What is yerba mate?

Yerba mate is an herb that has been used to make a tea for centuries.

What part of the world does yerba mate come from?

Yerba Mate is native to South America and is the national drink of Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay, and Southern Brazil and is consumed 6-to-1 over coffee in these countries.

Why is Marley Yerba Mate preferred over other yerba mates?

Aside from being lowest in sugar, calories, and carbohydrates, Marley Yerba Mate possesses as authentic a yerba mate profile as possible, staying true to the product's native South American roots.

Why is yerba mate considered 'cleaner' than coffee?

Unlike other caffeinated beverages such as coffee, yerba mate does not cause a crash, yet it still delivers a caffeine boost -- free of the 'shakes' and 'jitters'.

Where does Marley Yerba Mate's caffeine content come from?

The caffeine comes from two places. A portion of it is derived naturally from yerba mate tea leaves, while the rest of it comes from organic green coffee beans.