Equinox Kombucha offers a fresh, new way of enjoying the numerous benefits of Kombucha Tea. To cater for every taste, we have created a range of 4 delicious flavours, each overflowing with a light, crisp elegance and a wild sparkle. Perfect with a good meal, after an intense work out, or simply when the time is right, Equinox Kombucha is a delicious and healthy alternative to regular sugar and caffeine based drinks. It is brewed & blended with passion, and your body will love it!
Grounded. Centered. Oneness.
The finest Chun Mee tea brewed in the ancient technique combined with the Kombucha culture gives you the solid beverage that lasted thousands of years from the days of the Samurai. Feel the difference!
Ingredients: Filtered water, Organic Raw Cane sugar, Organic Fair Trade Chun-Mee green tea, Organic Kombucha Culture.
Power. Strength. Mission.
The fire of the exotic root will fulfill your wildest ginger cravings and power your day.
Ingredients: Filtered water, Organic Raw Cane sugar, Organic Fair Trade Chun-Mee green tea, Organic pure pressed ginger juice, Organic Kombucha Culture.
Astral. Adventure. Awakening.
The explosion of fresh fruits of the magical forests and the Kombucha’s singular taste are perfect allies in this invigorating blend that will take you away. Kids love it!
Ingredients: Filtered water, Organic Raw Cane sugar, Organic Fair Trade Chun-Mee green tea, Organic Hibiscus, Organic Licorice Root, Organic Rosehip, Organic Nettle, Organic Pineapple, Organic Bilberry, Organic Kombucha Culture.
Raspberry and Elderflower
The mild raspberry taste with a crisp hint of elderflower will leave you floating away.
Ingredients: Filtered water, Organic Raw Cane sugar, Organic Fair Trade Chun-Mee green tea, Organic Raspberry leaf, Organic Elderlower, Organic Hibiscus, Organic Rosehip, Organic Nettle, Organic Kombucha Culture
(N.B. although the second ingredient is sugar, most of it is digested by the Kombucha culture during the fermentation process )
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One of our lovely blog readers asked if you can eat a SCOBY, the live culture that makes kombucha so special and healthy. The answer is yes- if you’re brave enough! Here’s a recipe using a SCOBY (followed by the cutest video of a little girl begging her mum to eat one at home). We dare you to do the same! Recipe: SCOBY Tempura Salad Republished with kind thanks from the fantastic book Kombucha! By Eric and Jessica Childs. Special thanks to LW Yang for the image. You will need: 1 cup unbleached cake flour 1 cup white rice flour 6 cups liquid coconut oil 1 large organic egg, beaten 1.5 cups sparkling water 1/2 cup of cold original Equinox kombucha...
Thanks to all of you who took the time to fill in our questionnaire, and well done to the lucky folks who won tickets to the Taste of London event last week! Many of you got in touch to tell us that our kombucha has helped with various ailments: from digestion to diabetes, IBS to Crohns, and we were thrilled to hear that so many of you credited our kombucha with better health and increased energy levels. We are so happy to hear your stories, although it's very important to note that we don't make any health claims about kombucha ourselves. Saying that, our regular blog posts reporting what scientists are saying about the importance of probiotics and fermented food in fighting a wide...