Remedy Kombucha Raspberry Lemonade 330ml - Vegan Pantry Brisbane
Remedy Kombucha Raspberry Lemonade 330ml - Vegan Pantry Brisbane

Remedy Kombucha Raspberry Lemonade 330ml

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A grown-up, guilt-free take on a childhood classic. No sugar. No nasties. Just lip-smacking gut-loving goodness in a bottle. No need to wait for the weekend to sip on this here pink lemonade. We reckon we’ve nailed it in an even better, all-natural kombucha form. Enjoy on the daily.

Organic

Tasting Notes:
Brace yourself. We’re about to take you back in time. You’re eight years old. It’s Friday night. A special occasion. The family is off to the local Chinese restaurant or maybe the pub for dinner. Ooh la la. You know what that means… pink lemonade. Take a sniff and savour the aroma of fresh sweet raspberries. For a truly nostalgic experience, pour over ice and pop in a straw. Check out that red berry colour. Take a sip. Awwww yeah. Real lemon juice provides a perfect zesty balance to the sweet berry flavours. No need to ask Mum or Dad. Have another.

Ingredients: Certified organic raw kombucha (pure water, wild kombucha culture organic black tea, organic green tea, organic raw sugar), organic erythritol (all-natural flavour enhancer), organic hibiscus, raspberry extract (all-natural flavour), organic lemon, organic stevia (all-natural sweetener)

What is Kombucha?
In a nutshell, kombucha (often lovingly referred to as “booch”) is fermented tea. The traditional method of making kombucha – which is followed at Remedy – involves a natural fermentation of sweet tea, wild bacteria and yeasts.
The result is a tasty drink with sweet and sour flavours that contains healthy, living bacteria and organic acids that are good for your gut and overall wellbeing, plus widely believed to have energising and healing properties.
Before you go passing it off as a fad, you should know that people around the world have been making and enjoying kombucha for thousands of years, particularly throughout Eastern Europe and Asia. Ask around. We bet you’ll find someone who’ll tell you that their Grandma or Dad has been brewing their own booch forever!