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Cocktail recipes with Kombucha - Your summer can finally start!

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Mixed with or without alcohol, there are so many delicious beverage variations that it's hard to decide which one to mix first. We have two easy Kombucha Cocktail recipes for you! This time alcoholic! Have fun mixing and enjoying!

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Bourbon Booch - The original, but different!

Ingredients for 1 glass:

  • 100 ml Raw Original Kombucha
  • 4 cl bourbon of your choice
  • Lime juice from half a lime
  • 2 slices of organic lime for decoration
  • Ice cubes

And this is how it's mixed:

  1. Pour the bourbon into a glass filled with ice
  2. Add the kombucha and the juice of half a lime
  3. Stir gently
  4. Decorate the drink with the lime slices

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Berry Booch - Your fruity summer cocktail!

Ingredients for 1 glass:

  • 4cl gin
  • 1cl lemon juice
  • 6cl Kombucha e.g. Raw Currant
  • 10 blackberries
  • some salt and 2 pieces of lemon for the rim of the cocktail glass
  • 1 cocktail shaker

Here's how to mix it:

  1. Put the blackberries and the lemon juice into the shaker and crush the whole thing either with a pestle or a spoon.
  2. Then add the gin and ice and mix the shaker strongly and for a long time.
  3. Finally, fill up with kombucha.
  4. Fill the glass with ice cubes and the cocktail.

If you feel like something special as a decoration, you can conjure up a lemon-salt rim on your cocktail glass before filling it up. To do this, first place the salt on a plate or in a shallow bowl. Now lightly rub the rim of the glass with the lemon wedge and dip the glass upside down in the salt.

KOMBUCHERY Blog Autor Merle

Thanks for reading!
For more of my articles from A, like alcohol-free kombucha cocktails to Z, like lemon ginger kombucha, check out our KOMBUCHERY blog. Let's learn more about kombucha together!
Merle from KOMBUCHERY

Note: This article is intended for informational purposes only and should not be construed as professional analysis, advice or medical information, but contains the author's personal opinion based on researched literature and personal experience on the subject.

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