Guava. I don't know what it is. For all I know it looks like one of those clay pots on the front of the bottle.
But it doesn't. Thankfully, I mean how disgusting would that be? Anyway, this is the first of many beverages in the line up thoughtfully provided to us by Jarritos. It's kind of pink-ish so it's hard to know what to expect.
The initial smell is...not promising. Thankfully, though, it doesn't taste too bad. I'm not sure what it tastes like, but it doesn't taste bad. Like I said on the Popcast, it's like it is trying really really hard to be a fruit. Like you know the flavor is fruit, but that's about it.
There's also something unusual about the sweetness, or the flavor, I can't tell which. The way I tried to describe it with so far all Jarritos is that it's like a bubble of nothing surrounds a sip of each drink. Like they need to bump up the flavor or sweetness just a little more.
Not to say this is bad, it's not, it's just...different.
Oh, and added bonus, since it's from Mexico it's made with real sugar.
Verdict: Buy a bottle!
(Note: This beverage was provided to us by Jarritos.)