St. Patrick's Day is here, and it's time to celebrate with a delicious and healthy drink that's perfect for the occasion. This year, raise a green glass of kombucha and water kefir and give your gut a reason to celebrate too.
Kombucha is a fermented tea that's packed with beneficial probiotics, antioxidants, and organic acids, while water kefir is a fermented drink made from sugar water, kefir grains, and herbal teas. Both are perfect drinks to add to your St. Patrick's Day festivities, as they not only taste great but also support gut health.
And we've got a special treat for you this St. Patrick's Day. Our Mojito water kefir is a natural green color thanks to the addition of spirulina, making it the perfect drink to celebrate the holiday.
Here are a few reasons why you should celebrate St. Patrick's Day with kombucha and water kefir:
- Supports a Healthy Gut Microbiome
Kombucha and water kefir are both probiotic-rich beverages, which means they contain beneficial bacteria that support gut health. This bacteria can help promote the growth of good gut bacteria, which in turn can improve digestion and boost your immune system.
- A Healthy Alternative to Alcohol
St. Patrick's Day is often associated with alcohol, but if you're looking for a healthier alternative, kombucha and water kefir are the way to go. They're low-alcohol drinks that provide a fizzy and refreshing taste without the harmful effects of alcohol.
- A Burst of Flavor and Color
Kombucha and water kefir come in a variety of flavours and there are so many fun and vibrate colours that come from natural, whole foods. From fruity to spicy, you can find a flavor that fits your taste buds. And with the natural green color of the spirulina in our Mojito water kefir, you can add a touch of green to your St. Patrick's Day celebration.
So, whether you're looking to celebrate St. Patrick's Day in a healthier way or just want to enjoy a delicious and refreshing drink, kombucha and water kefir are the perfect choice. Raise a glass of these gut-friendly beverages and give your gut some extra luck this St. Patrick's Day.