Well there are many types of cati that do.
Go to the nearest place that sells any kind of cati (garden/herb/plant/flower stores) and look for these:
Species: gibbosum: Native to Argentina leeanum: Native to Argentina, Uruquay
Species: minor: Native to South Peru
Species: diffusa (Peyote): Native to Mexico williamsii (Peyote, Mescal,Chaute etc.): the classic Peyote, grows in north central Mexico and south Texas.
Species: imbricata: Native to S-W USA to Central Mexico. spinosior: Native to Arizona, New Mexico, Northern Mexico.
Species: aselliformis (Peyotillo, Peyote meco): Native to San Luis Potosi, Mexico
Species: corrugata tampicana: Native to Tampico, Mexico.
Species: scandens: Native to Yucatan, Mexico.
Species: coryne: Native to Northwestern Argentina.
Species: cuzcoensis: Native to Cuzco, Peru. fulvianus: Native to Chile. macrogonus: Native to South America. pachanoi (San Pedro, Giganton): Native to Peru, Equador. peruvianus (Peruvian Fence Post): Native to Peru. scopulicola taquimbalensis: Native to Bolivia. terscheckii (Cardon grande): Native to Northwestern Argentina. validus: Native to Bolivia. werdermannianus: Native to Tupiza & Charcoma, Bolivia.
Description: Trichocerei are columnar, branched or candelabra like cacti, which usually grow very fast. Cereus is a different genus, whose members haven't been found to contain mescaline.