Prepare for your first sip; this is not a flavor you are accustomed to consuming. It is coarse and pungent, with an organic bite that could choke a homeopathic doctor. But that sort of gives Mati its personality, with the tastes of guayusa leaves, madly reminiscent of green tea, giving way to the tart lime and orange tastes its can promises, but only after a few very large sips. As sapors are savored, the extreme bitterness from the flavor's earthy edge births a slight sweetness, not unlike what a black coffee offers. The actual fruit cocktail is a generic one, one that offers little in the way of depth, but the uniquely particulate buildup and climax pushes my review in the positive spectrum.
The can does not say exactly how much caffeine is in this twelve ounce can, but the internet claims 150 milligrams. Now that is what I am talking about! There is also some vitamin C, but my spidey-senses tell me it has little to do with the two and a half hour long kick.