Yerba Maté Cocktails

Yerba Switchel Mule

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A probiotic version of the Moscow mule! Rub the rim of  a 16 oz glass or copper mug with lime and dip into maple sugar then fill with Ice to the brimm and add,  8oz (1/2 bottle) Yerba Project Switchel 1 1/2 oz jigger Vodka top with a splash of Sparkling water Garnish with a […]

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Green Tea vs Yerba Mate

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Green Tea vs Yerba Mate We all know of green tea. It’s been called the Elixir of Life and has been hailed as a powerful medicinal herb for thousands of years. It’s good stuff. There’s no doubt about that. And when you compare it to the highly acidic and toxic coffee, it’s a no-brainer that […]

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Glass Bottle Lineup

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 Our Yerba Mate is now packed in glass bottles!  Ideal for the mate purist who wants a clean, crisp mate on the go.    Brewed with air dried Yerba Maté   Yerba Project  Bottled Yerba Mate – An invigorating yerba mate blend that tastes great!    Each Yerba Project  Yerba Mate bottle contains caffeine levels […]

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Memorial Day Maté Cocktails

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Make a Margarita with our Yerba Matés as your base, … Use two ounces our Hibiscus, Purple Rain or Mint, … then add 2 oz of Tequila & 1/2 ounce of Triple Sec into a Shaker filled with Ice. Shake vigorously and pour into a cocktail glass. Garnish with Lime & Mint Leaves! Enjoy and […]

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Double Minted Maté Mint Julep

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The Double Minted Maté Julep The mint julep is a mixed alcoholic drink, or cocktail, consisting primarily of Kentucky bourbon, water, crushed or shaved ice, and fresh mint. As a bourbon-based cocktail, it is associated with the Kentucky Derby in particular. Our version is , of course, made with our Yerba Project – Double Minted […]

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Cinco de Mayo-Hibiscus Maté Margarita

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Try a  a Hibiscus Maté Margarita>Get Yerba Project Maté @unionmarket, @gourmetgarageny, for a recipe https://yerbaproject.com/wordpress/?p=675 In Honor of those who shed their blood in 1861 to defeat the French Army of Napoleon III at the Battle of Puebla on Cinco de Mayo.         Save Save Save Save

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