Choose your Good Buzz Kombucha - Feijoa, Lemon Ginger, Raspberry Lemon, Apple Cinnamon, Jasmine, Origins & Green Tea - or if you can't decide which delicious flavour grab a Mixed Case
Jasmine: Green and Black tea blend with a hint of jasmine, a source of vitality & sweetness
Lemon Ginger: perfect blend of zest & spice
Origins: the original kombucha brew - smooth cider-like taste
Feijoa: it doesn’t get more kiwi than this - sweet & pure Feijoa
Raspberry Lemon: tart raspberry and lemon zing
Apple Cinnamon: like apple pie in a bottle with a hint of cinnamon
Green Tea: ultimate zen place - tangy but refreshing Green tea kombucha
About Good Buzz Kombucha:
Never tried Kombucha before? Well, here is your chance to try a healthy brew sweeping across the world. Kombucha is a fermented brew of sweetened tea using a symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeast. The legends of its origins are numerous but this mystery brew has been passed through generations for the relief it gives in the digestive system. Alex’s grandmother, Amy started making what she called Manchurian Tea in 1974 in Kaikohe, NZ. Her kombucha culture continues on over 40 years later with Good Buzz handed on down through the family.
Good Buzz Kombucha is made in Tauranga, New Zealand and a bottle of 'Booch' takes a little over two weeks to make. During the fermentation, the culture eats the sugars as a food source and converts them into organic acids which give kombucha its tart but refreshing flavour. The residual sugars that remain ensure a food source for the bacteria, as well providing a minimal sweetness for the tart beverage. Good Buzz Kombucha is a soft drink appropriate for all ages and is a great alternative to sugary fizzy drinks or even a great option if you're not drinking alcoholic beverages like beer or cider.
Good Buzz Kombucha is probiotic meaning that is has living, 'good' and beneficial bacteria in it. Good Buzz Kombucha has been lab tested and contains Saccharomyces boulardii, a known probiotic with an established history of use. Their kombucha is not pasteurised to maintain all the good bacteria that Mother Nature intended.
They do not use additives or preservatives, nor do they dilute their kombucha or add low-calorie sweeteners. Due to the nature of kombucha fermentation, once too much of the sugar has been converted to organic acids (mostly acetic acid) it is no longer drinkable and the only way to use this overfermented kombucha liquid is to dilute it and add sweeteners - it is no longer 100% kombucha at this stage.
Good Buzz Kombucha is certified organic by BioGro NZ meaning you are getting the best quality kombucha possible. They are also certified fair trade by Fairtrade NZ (NZ’s only Fairtrade kombucha), approved by the Coeliac Society (certified gluten-free) and approved by the Vegetarian Society of NZ.
Please Note: 8 month shelf life; no bottle conditioning It’s best to chill before opening but not required.
Summarised nutritional information (sugars per 100ml; total caffeine per bottle):
Feijoa - Sugars: 3.4g/100ml; caffeine: 10mg
Lemon Ginger - Sugars: 2.2g/100ml; caffeine: 11mg
Raspberry Lemon - Sugars: 2.7g; caffeine: 10mg
Apple Cinnamon - Sugars: 2.7g/100ml; caffeine: 10mg
Green Tea - Sugars: 3.4g/100ml; caffeine: 24mg
Jasmine - Sugars: 3.5g/100ml; caffeine: 28mg
Origins - Sugars: 3.6g/100ml; caffeine: 15mg
Compare: A typical can or bottle of soft drink contains about 10g of sugars per 100ml. A typical cup of tea contains about 50mg of caffeine; coffee 150mg.
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Offer ends 27 June 2018
Limit of 3 per customer
- Case of twelve (12) 328ml bottles. You may receive the older 330ml bottle or a combination.
- Kombucha purchase must be refrigerated upon receipt.
- 8 month shelf life; no bottle conditioning
- Good Buzz Kombucha is not pasteurised and may contain naturally-occurring jelly-like cellulose. This can be safely consumed or discarded.
- Because of the fermentation process, Good Buzz Kombucha contains trace amounts of alcohol but lab testing has established levels lower than 0.5% by volume. FSANZ Standard 2.6.2 establishes that "a brewed soft drink means a food that contains no more than 1.15% alcohol by volume."
- We cannot advise on the consumption of kombucha while pregnant. Please consult a health professional.