• 100% Organic

  • 100% Vegan

  • 100% Gluten Free

What is Yerba Mate?

The Yerba Mate plant is a species of the holly genus Ilex native to South America.

With 24 vitamins and minerals, 15 amino acids and abundant polyphenols, yerba mate nourishes while it stimulates.

Drinking this high-energy infusion means you’re choosing a more balanced caffeinated beverage. So you can conquer your day and feel good knowing that you’re treating your body right!

“the yerba mate plant contains practically all of the vitamins necessary to sustain life”

- the Pasteur Institute

Health Benefits

The properties of the Yerba Mate plant make drinking Mono Mate a wonder for your health.

When consumed regularly, Mono Mate will boost your immune system, improve your focus, increase your energy, prevent infection, support weight loss, and lower your blood sugar


Where else can I purchase Mono Mate?

In addition to our online store, you can purchase Mono Mate: on our WhatsApp, at the Saturday Farmers Market @ Playa Carmen, Taco Corner, and many more to come!

What Ingredients are in each can of Mono Mate?

Ingredients: Purified Water, Organic Cane Sugar, Organic Yerba Mate Extract, Organic Brewed Yerba Mate and Elder Flower, Organic Ginger Juice, Organic Lemon Juice, Organic Lemon Natural Flavor, Citric Acid, Organic Caffeine

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How much caffeine is in each can of Mono Mate?

150 milligrams (mg) of caffeine is found inside of a single serving (one can) of Mono Mate.

Is Mono Mate organic, vegan, or gluten-free?

Yes to all! Mono Mate is organic, vegan, and gluten-free.

What's the best way to consume Mono Mate?

Cold is the only way to drink our refreshing beverage. That’s why it is so many people’s favorite caffienated beverage for Costa Rica’s year-round tropical climate.

Why aluminum cans?

Cans are lighter than glass and aren’t made from fossil fuels, like plastic.

Because of the processes involved in making them, cans also contribute less to environmental problems like acid rain and oxygen-free zones in the ocean. That’s because creating glass and plastic requires more electricity, and so it generates more sulphur dioxide pollution on average – a leading cause of acid rain. Making glass and plastic, and extracting the materials to make them (particularly soda ash for glass production), also releases more phosphates into the environment, which can overload rivers and coastal seas and deplete oxygen from the water.

You might instinctively reach for a glass bottle to avoid buying a plastic alternative, but glass takes more resources and energy to produce. Glass making involves mining raw materials such as silica sand and dolomite, and that can release pollution which, when inhaled, can cause the lung condition silicosis.

High temperatures are also needed to melt these materials, a process overwhelmingly powered by fossil fuels. During production, the glass itself releases carbon dioxide.

The extra weight means vehicles transporting glass bottles consume more fossil fuels to deliver the same amount of liquid. For these reasons, glass bottles have about a 95% bigger contribution to global warming than aluminium cans.

We also like the way the mate can get extra cold in the aluminum can to make for a refreshing and quenching drinking experience.