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How To Make The Most Refreshing Mauby Drink.

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  1. Ana says:

    You can make Mavi like they call it in Puerto Rico on Ebay. Plus I let it ferment under the sun until it gets all the bitterness out. White sugar and brown sugar are also added then placed in bottles with a cloth covering the tops.

    • Ana Rivera says:

      I make it in gallons and place it on a sunny window to ferment. It takes sometimes 8 to 12 hours sometimes longer to get the bitter out. I just take a nail and make a hole on the cap to let the bitter bubbles run out while it ferments.. Oh and I use 1 oz of ginger..

  2. Deb says:

    It may be helpful to note that mauby bark comes from the buckthorn tree.

  3. wendy says:

    Buying ingredients now

  4. Jill says:

    Chris….I like to add a lil star aniseed and of course Kola and aniseed essence…

    Thanks for you great recipes, keep sharing our good island treats!

  5. ken says:

    Mauby is good for high blood pressure and diabetes. It keeps it under control.

  6. Vernice says:

    Hi Chris, thanks for the recipe. Mauby is one of my favorite drinks and now I’ll make for it to last me longer. One thing is that I didn’t know that you can put nutmeg in it. Thanks again.

  7. Holl says:

    Thanks for the recipe. Just found the bark at a west indian supermarket and I will try your version. I like that it tells me how to make the concentrate so I no longer have to buy from the supermarket

  8. elaine says:

    hi chris that mauby is tasty

  9. eboni says:

    Love this drink! I found the recipe I want right here. Some places sell pre-made Mauby but I totally am on a mission to avoid processed health drinks. Thank you for posting this.

  10. Renata says:

    Where did you get mauby sticks? I want some!

  11. Dorsey Marshall says:

    Hi Chris
    I had Mauby in Trinidad last September. In addition, I had Ox-tail for the first time. It was great. Thanks for all your recipes and videos. I really enjoy them.
    Pastor Dorsey Marshall

  12. Mamatater says:

    Hi Chris
    This site was recommended to me by some Trini friends who sware by it. I read your Mauby recipe which looks good however I will raise the comment from good to great if you add some aniseed. Either the herb / star anise when boiling or a few drops of aniseed extract before serving or a combination of both.

    Keep up the good work.

  13. Kharina says:

    Hi Chris! I just came back from my first trip to the Caribbean (Barbados) and had a suitcase full of rum, seasoning, spices and mauby cordial. I didn't realise what I purchased was only mauby and wasn't prespiced and sweetened so thanks for this as I fell in love with the unusual sweet and bitter hit it delivered!

  14. sylvia says:

    Hi Cris
    Mauby is one of my favorite drinks so I definitely will be try this version.
    Thanks for sharing.

  15. divainvegas says:

    Can't get bark in Vegas! Love Mauby..

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