Eat or drink Drink or eat

There is only one answer Both

So, we present.....


Mala Peruviana goes to the next level

don’t drink, don’t eat,




A new category that redefines how we’ve viewed fruit and vegetables for so long. The harmonious combination of two worlds, drink & eat. The dreats of Mala Peruviana come in three flavours, with natural tomato juice as the main ingredient, and are a natural source of energy and a tasty option at any time of the day.

Whenever you don’t want to have coffee nor an alcoholic drink at a bar, then Mala Peruviana is the best answer. It’s a delicious boost during a lunch break, plus it’s low- calorie (34 kCal/100ml). It’s the perfect option after intense physical exercise, which will help you feel better and more energetic.

In a market where drinkable tomato is almost exclusively used to make Bloody Mary (tomato-based cocktail) or at best to make Gazpacho, dreats are here to redefine non-alcoholic drinks.


Red Dreat
Fire Dreat
Earth Dreat

red tomato 

Or simply tomato at its best. Red, as part of dreats, stands out for its full taste, the balanced acidity and the sweetness it offers with every sip. There is no other ingredient or preservative, just....tomato. Red should be consumed chilled, plain but it can be used in cocktails too.

red tomato , chilli , spices

Η Fire has a unique passionate character A fiery combination of spices which highlights the umami taste of the tomato, leaving a sweet spicy aftertaste in your mouth Each sip can be different and urges you to think out of the box and take advantage of its characteristics

red tomato, beetroot, black carrot, herbs

Various taste and intensity levels, an ideal balance between umami and sweetness, leaving a smooth herbal aftertaste in your mouth. Earth is special in its own right. An innovative recipe which offers a smooth texture, a silky sensation on your palate, earthy aromas and a pleasant sensation in your throat. Each flavour highlights each one of the unique characteristics of mala peruviana. Our aim is to...help you see the tomato in a different light at last.