Yerba Mate Tea
Also known as: Yerba Mate
If you're a fan of coffee but looking to expand your tea repertoire, you may want to try yerba maté. With 85 mg of caffeine, people swear by its bold, coffee-like flavor. This tea was discovered in South America in the 16th century. Most of this unique tea comes from Argentina, Brazil or Paraguay today where it is harvested, blanched, dried, aged and milled or cut.