Mauby refers to one of the popular homemade drinks in Guyana made from the bark of a tree
Other definition:
Mauby refers to the non alcoholic drink from Barbados made from the boiled, strained and sweetened bark of a local tree. Mauby tastes like an extremely potent sarsaparilla.

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