Living In Gratitude

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GT’S KOMBUCHA
Living in Gratitude

APPLE · TURMERIC · CARROT · CIDER SPICES

Handcrafting Kombucha is our daily act of gratitude, intended to nourish the body, enlighten the mind, and elevate the spirit. Savor the warm flavors of Fall with our limited edition offering: GT’s KOMBUCHA Living in Gratitude.

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So I picked up this kombucha a few weeks ago and then kind of forgot about it in my fridge for a while – when I did remember it was there it was after trying GT’s mango flavoured kombucha and being really disappointed in it. So, immediately I was not expecting a lot from this…

However! This was a damn good kombucha!!

Like, I drank a lot of kombucha throughout October and this may have actually been the second best one after the amazing white tea kombucha from Lao Kombucha. It’s incredibly autumnal/fall feeling, and the flavours are just incredibly spot on. By some miracle, I really can taste each distinct thing that they’ve listed on the bottle: turmeric, apple, carrot, cider spices – it’s all there. There’s natural sweetness from the carrot/apple but it’s not artificial or cloying/intense and candy-like – it’s very, very well balanced. I’d say this gives me mulled cider vibes for sure with the warm from the inside out spice thing – but there’s also just this quality that’s kind of like carrot cake or cinnamon apple pie, and a pumpkin spice vibe too. All of those are very autumn themed things so it’s just so incredibly fitting for the time of year, but also just delicious. I enjoy the hint of spice, the hint of earthy carrot, the juicy crispness of the apple.

I just… damn!

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