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Mabi is also the name of an ethnic group in Cameroon. A bottle of Mauby Fizzz produced by Pepsi Mauby (also known as mavi (maví or mabí) in Puerto Rico, mabi in Haiti and the Dominican Republic and maubi in the Virgin Islands) is a drink that is widely consumed in the Caribbean. It is made with sugar and the bark and/or fruit of certain species in the Colubrina genus including Colubrina elliptica (also called behuco indio) and Colubrina arborescens, a small tree native to the northern Caribbean and south Florida. Recipes usually include other spices as well, aniseed being very common. Haiti and the Dominican Republic are two of the largest Caribbean exporters of the bark and leaves. Often the drink is fermented using a portion of the previous batch, while sometimes it is consumed unfermented. Mauby is often bought as a pre-made syrup and then mixed with water (sparkling or still) to the consumer's taste, but many still make it themselves at home. Its taste is initially sweet, somewhat like root beer, but changes to a prolonged, but not astringent bitter aftertaste. To many, it is an acquired taste, and has been known to cause an initial laxative reaction unexpected to many first-time drinkers. There are several varieties of commercially available Jamaican mauby or Dominican mabi: seybano and cacheo. Seybano is lighter in color and made from tree bark extract and white and brown sugar, while cacheo is darker and made from both bark and fruit extract, with spices and brown sugar. Both are made with carbonated water.[1] Mauby Fizzz is a commercially produced and carbonated version of the drink produced in Trinidad and Tobago from mauby bark. It is unfermented. A similar version is also produced in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines called Hairoun Mauby. References Mauby, please! - Sheldon J. Yearwood, Trinidad Guardian Mmmm… Mauby! description and general information, from Making Mauby a recipe for making mauby at home, from Mabi Taíno, a brand of mauby produced in the Dominican Republic