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Yerba Mate Tea, Memories of Paraguay, and a Regency Romance

A cold rain blew through southern California yesterday, making me yearn for tea and a good book. In the warmer climate of Paraguay, I discovered yerba mate tea: the tereré version served cold and cocido (“Tea of the Jesuits”) served … Continue reading

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