The plant mainly grows in Central and South America. It has a tea, smoky-phenolic, with a taste of forest herbs taste. In the perfume industry, plant leaves are used. Mate is used in perfumery to add a green note to floral arrangements. The green note of mate is soft, rounded – unlike most aromas of “green” orientation. The compositions are given a tea, herbal aroma with notes of hay, phenol, tobacco.