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The most popular tea in Argentina is yerba mate, which is a traditional South American beverage made from the leaves of the yerba mate plant. It is consumed throughout the day, often in a social setting. It is typically sipped through a metal straw called a bombilla from a shared gourd.
In addition to yerba mate, Argentina also has a thriving teahouse culture. These establishments, known as "confiterías" or "casas de té," often serve a variety of teas, as well as pastries and other snacks. They are popular destinations for socializing and afternoon tea.