Karma Kombucha - Organic Ginger KombuchaBrand - Karma Kombucha
Grab yourself a sparkling drink with a healthy kick. Karma Kombucha’s Organic Ginger Kombucha is naturally gluten-free, packed with probiotics, and low in sugar!
- Refreshing, Lightly Sparkling Low Sugar Drink
- Excellent Source of Probiotics
- Made from Organic and Natural Ingredients
- Unpasteurised Living Drink
- Vegan and Gluten-Free
Made from 100% organic ingredients, Karma Kombucha is making some noise with their Organic Ginger Kombucha. Naturally fizzy, low in sugar and refreshingly spicy, there’s no better way to perk up your day.
Kombucha, aka the gut-loving drink, is packed with probiotics and bacteria flora. It’s made by mixing together bacteria, yeast (known as the SCOBY) and sugar with black or green tea, which is then left to ferment for a week. It’s made from 100% pure natural ingredients.
At the bottom of the bottle you’ll see some floating debris, but don’t fret. It’s just the SCOBY doing its thing!
Ginger Kombucha is the perfect lil’ pick me up during the day. It has a little bit of caffeine from the green tea which gives you a kick of energy. Getting the afternoon blues? Just crack open a bottle to feel revitalised!
99% karma kombucha [green tea* (filtered water + chun mee green tea from the hubei region) blond cane sugar* from brazil (transformed during fermentation) kombucha culture * (bacteria and yeasts)] fresh ginger juice*
Kombucha may contain traces of alcohol
All * ingredients are organic
Frequently Asked Questions
Why does Karma Kombucha contain traces of Alcohol?
The alcohol traces come from the fermentation process. Fermentation is the way alcohol gets produced! However, Kombucha typically only needs fermenting for 7-8 days, whereas alcoholic drinks need weeks of fermenting. The alcohol content in kombucha stays very low and doesn’t go above 0.5%, which is considered non-alcoholic.
Refreshing and zingy
This is my favourite Kombucha i have tried, the ginger is so refreshing and it's a good-sized resealable bottle that lasts a week so you don't end up with loads of glass to recycle.