Fine combination of Sweet Mango juice and diced Peach flesh gives fantastic feelings.
I tried this flavour today. When I was reading the can I got a bit confused. In the English the writing said this was a Mango juice drink with Mango flesh pieces inside. But under that label another said they were peach flesh pieces. In all the other languages the fruit pieces appeared to be peach.
So with that mystery to solve, I shook my can. Someone actually did say something to me today as well, asking me what I was doing. Once I showed them the can and where it says "shake" they were happy. I was very careful opening the can today as well, as I didn't want another explosion.
As the can opened the smell of mangoes hit immediately. It was a nice smell, and I'm not a huge mango fan. I tasted the drink and it was quite sweet. The pieces of fruit were floating close to the top. Again, it was a bit hard to drink with the fruit in the way. But it was delicious having those little fruit pieces as part of the drink too.
I tried to tease a few pieces out to look at. I really could not tell if the pieces were mango or peach. The texture seemed like peach but the flavour was very mango thanks to the juice drink as well. I really liked this drink, and would find it hard to decide which I like more - the pineapple or mango so far.
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This crisp dry wine has a delicate feijoa bouquet with a clean refreshing finish. Serve well chilled. We create our wine amongst the orchards and forests of Lothlorien which is nestled in subtropical Ahuroa Valley, where we have been growing organically since 1971.
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