Said to be Latin America's first premium gin, Principe de los Apostoles Mate is made in Mendoza, Argentina and uses the local yerba mate as one of the botanicals, along with the more commonly seen juniper, peppermint, eucalyptus and pink grapefruit skin. The signature serve is with a dash of Cynar, tonic water and a sprig of eucalyptus. Príncipe de los Apóstoles (translated to "prince of the apostles") Mate Gin is produced at Sol de los Andes gin and grappa distillery in Mendoza, Argentina. Founded in 2000, Sol de los Andes is a family-run distillery. This gin is made from peppermint, eucalyptus, pink grapefruit skin, and yerba mate botanicals from Misiones, the National Capitol of yerba mate in Argentina. It is distilled in a German copper still, with each botanical macerated separately in a wheat alcohol base.