Lemon, Lime & Mint is a thirst quenching, citrus circus of tangy goodness that’ll take you back to the good old days of the local lemonade stand. Do yourself a favour and get back to the future with this fresh fizzy that’ll make your taste buds bounce.
Unit price/ per
Couldn't load pickup availability
FREE SHIPPING ON ALL ORDERS
Get ready to take your taste buds on a trip. We’re going back to the future, where everything old is new again. But better. Let’s start by reminiscing on golden oldies, flare pants and disco. The simpler times, you know? Remember the local lemonade stand, where hand squeezing heroes poured their hearts into juicy cups of zingy goodness? Well, we’ve kinda turned that on its head, bottling it into a booch blend that will blow your psychedelic socks off!
When brewing Remedy Kombucha, raw organic sugar is used as a key starter ingredient acting as food for the all important live cultures. During our 30-day long aged brewing process, all of this sugar is converted into healthy organic acids leaving no sugar (and we test each batch to make sure of it).
Should I keep my Remedy Kombucha in or out of the fridge?
Our kombucha is best served chilled but they are a-ok if they are stored out of the fridge. This is because Remedy Kombucha naturally contains no sugar and our live cultures are super healthy, strong and happy. No sugar means there’s no risk of refermentation. Healthy, strong, happy live cultures mean they stay alive throughout shelf life. It’s a myth that all live cultures need to be refrigerated at all times – fermentation does happen in a warm environment, after all!
Is there any alcohol in your kombucha?
All of our drinks are non-alcoholic. When it comes to Remedy Kombucha, a trace amount of alcohol can be produced during the natural fermentation process. We thoroughly test each and every batch to ensure that this does not go above 0.5% as per national standards for non-alcoholic drinks.
What’s the go with caffeine in Remedy Kombucha?
Each serve of Remedy Kombucha has less than 10mg of caffeine, which is very low. To put it into perspective, coffee can contain more than 100mg of caffeine depending on how strongly it is brewed.