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Kombucha Cordial

  The Classic Oriental vitality drink.   The classic oriental vitality drink with a 2000-year-track record for promoting wellbeing. A…

By Keith Teale , in health & beauty , at November 20, 2007

 

The Classic Oriental vitality drink.

 

The
classic oriental vitality drink with a 2000-year-track record for promoting
wellbeing. A rosy drink with under tones of iced tea and a delicate peachy
flavour

 
Kombucha is a truly remarkable and ancient health drink from the East, made by
fermenting sweetened green tea with a special microbial culture.

Kombucha aficionados, who often make their own Kombucha at home,
believe it contributes to general well-being by strengthening and stabilising
your metabolic and digestive processes. Among them is Nobel prizewinner
Alexander Solzhenitsyn, who wrote in his autobiography that it saved his life
in the Siberian slave camps.

 

A huge amount of research has been done on the
effects of Kombucha, much of it in Russia,
and Germany,
and we have a bibliography of over 200 scientific articles. of over 200
scientific articles.

 

Kombucha is also a great taste – fruity, rich, tangy, and quite unlike any other
soft drink.

 

Serving Suggestion
Highly concentrated – dilute 10:1 or to taste with sparkling or still water.

Ingredients
Cane sugar, water,
Kombucha 30 x concentrate 31% (from sweetened green
tea fermented with
Kombucha culture) peach juice concentrate, fruit tea
extract, cider vinegar, natural flavours.

Nutritional Information
Per 100ml:

Energy 108KJ/25kcal, Protein trace, Carbohydrate 6.1g,
of which sugars 6.1g, Fat nil, Fibre nil, Sodium trace.

 

Available
from:

Health
Matters

1A Main Street,
Willerby
Telephone: 01482 651706

Or

7A The Square, Hessle
Telephone: 01482 641781

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