Kombucha can be tasty on it’s own, but it also makes a great foundation for tasty mixed drinks.
What is it?
What you see on the shelves of your local grocery store in the drink section is typically, kombucha tea. It’s a combination of sweetened black or green tea with a culture of bacteria and yeast called kombucha. This combination is then fermented for 7 to 30 days depending on how much acidity is desired. Finally, additional flavoring such as ginger or apple may be added.
If you’re a fan of the tangy and effervescent flavors brought out by kombucha, use the recipes below to blend them into yummy mixed drinks!
Break out the metate y mano and try this refreshing strawberry and basil recipe from Mindful Avocado.
For you bourbon fans, Health Magazine has a kombucha Old Fashioned recipe for you.
On a Keto diet? The Keto Chef has you covered with a “brobiotic” non-alcoholic Daquiri that won’t break your diet.
Gin also makes a good combo with kombucha, lemon and honey, as Something’s Cooking TV shows us one of their favorites.