I discovered a new combination of Kombucha for another source of not only probiotics but Omega 3's as well. Synergy Organic and Raw Kombucha has a few combinations without so much sugar grams as say Mama Chia. My favorite is Raspberry Chia. It's tart but not overly with only 4g sugar grams but 4200 mg of Omega 3's.While many have heard the term "kombucha", most have tasted only one brand.The second wave of kombucha companies (many local in every city) have little in common but some amount of probiotics (albeit less than popular yogurt).
While initially I did not like kombucha, I grew to love it instead of soda since it's naturally fizzy and another way to
get some friendlies with a meal.
The second wave of
kombuchas include a few trends I've noticed since the first ones came
out, that tasted a little too vinegary for my taste buds. But now,
there's something for everyone.
Fruit has been pretty
standard from the very beginning but now seasonal fruit flavors have
become the rage, only available for short periods of time.
trend is injecting pro-biotic culture into coconut water and sweetening
with stevia (an herb like basil or mint) to keep the sugar grams very
low. Many kombuchas have so much fruit (still sugar grams) that the
probiotics are kind of moot since the whole point is to feed the
friendlies, not the sugar. One of my favorites is Kevita which I refer to as "kombucha-lite".
us of childhood soda flavors was another kombucha maker's offering of
Cola, Dr Better (Dr. Pepper reminder), Lemon/Lime and my favorite, Root
Beer, with a lovely "bite". The old fashioned soda glass bottle is a
nice touch as well for Live Soda Kombucha.
Familiar "cocktail flavors" are another trend, like Kickin Kombucha's Blueberry Mojito and Kevita's Mojito Lime Mint
for example. This seems to be the fastest growing trend with almost
every brand adding at least one "cocktail flavor".for a primarily adult
So if you tried a Kombucha and didn't
like, keep trying, because they all have very "unique personalities"
for "soda fix with benefits".