The Mati brand has always had a tough time with the the fruits playing second fiddle to the guayusa leaves, but here the experience is pure peach. It assaults your taste buds from your first sip, all the way down the can to your final one, leaving the bitter leaves to rumble in a slight undercurrent with every imbibe. Where does this leave the mango? The drupe flavor never picks up steam, buckling beneath the weight of the showcased nectarine. This is not to say Mati Peach Mango is a bad tasting energy drink, but its misleading name is hard to forgive. Sweetness is the best for the line, despite a meager nine grams of the saccharine stuff, going as far as the peach demands without overstepping the acidity or the leaves' astringency.
Each can contains a few vitamins and 115 milligrams of caffeine. The kick is average, lasting two hours but without any jitters. On the whole, Mati Peach Mango is not as strong as the previous Citrus and Cherry varieties, but if this is as bad as they come, I am impressed.