yerba maté

noun
yer·​ba ma·​té | \ ˌyer-bə-ˈmä-ˌtā How to pronounce yerba maté (audio) , ˌyər- How to pronounce yerba maté (audio) \

Definition of yerba maté

: maté

Examples of yerba maté in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web With less sugar and typically half the caffeine as hard kombucha, Montelbano says yerba mate is loaded with antioxidants, vitamins and nutrients. Roxana Becerril, San Diego Union-Tribune, 14 Aug. 2022 In fact, some research even links yerba mate to potentially helping to manage elevated cholesterol and blood sugar levels over time and through regular consumption. Hannah Jeon, Good Housekeeping, 9 July 2022 The concoction tastes vaguely of yerba mate and provides a jolt of energy and focus that will help me navigate the endless hills and switchbacks, mud-slick ravines, and root systems that obstruct our path. Jason Motlagh, Outside Online, 19 July 2016 The 120 mg of caffeine come from green tea and yerba mate sources. Stefani Sassos, Ms, Rdn, Cso, Cdn, Nasm-cpt, Good Housekeeping, 10 June 2022 The boost of 10o mg of natural caffeine comes from green tea and yerba mate. Stefani Sassos, Ms, Rdn, Cso, Cdn, Nasm-cpt, Good Housekeeping, 10 June 2022 Over the past three decades, El Chaltén has blossomed into Argentina's trekking capital, with trailheads on its periphery that lead into the northern sector of Parque Nacional Los Glaciares and wild-haired campers sipping yerba mate on its streets. Mark Johanson, Travel + Leisure, 23 Apr. 2022 Local brewers are forgoing hops in favor of redwood tips, yerba mate, chamomile tea, even herbs from the French Laundry’s famous gardens, resulting in beers that can express their places of origin while introducing a whole new range of flavors. Lou Bustamante, San Francisco Chronicle, 1 Feb. 2022 The product in question was Nativa, the company's take on the popular regional drink yerba mate. Danielle Wiener-bronner, CNN, 13 Dec. 2021 See More

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First Known Use of yerba maté

1839, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for yerba maté

American Spanish yerba mate, from yerba herb + mate maté

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24 Aug 2022

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“Yerba maté.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/yerba%20mat%C3%A9. Accessed 7 Oct. 2022.

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yerba maté

noun
yer·​ba ma·​té | \ ˌyer-bə-ˈmä-ˌtā, ˌyər- \

Medical Definition of yerba maté

: maté

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