Blue Mojito Kombucha
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- 97,1% kombucha tea infused with mint (water, whole cane sugar [reabsorbed during fermentation], 0,5% bancha green tea, kombucha culture [symbiosis of microorganisms and yeasts], infused mint), cold-pressed lemon juice, 0,8% yuzu juice, sweetener (erythritol and steviol glycosides), 0,1% spirulina extract, carbonated gas.
Per 100ml Energetic value 61 kJ / 15 Kcal Fats 0g Of which saturates 0g Carbohydrates 3,5 g Of which sugar 2,1 g Protein <0,5g Fiber <0,5g Salt 0g
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- 400 ml
- Free shipping from € 49
- no shake
- Not recommended for pregnant women
- plant based
- Gluten free
Our client's reviews
155 Reviews verified
31-01-2024 Fabián 5.00 over a maximum of 5
03-07-2023 Laura 5.00 over a maximum of 5
Muy buen sabor y muy refrescante
26-09-2022 Eva 5.00 over a maximum of 5
Buenísimo, sabe a mojito de verdad!
17-08-2022 Julia 5.00 over a maximum of 5
Es mi favorita. Me encanta su sabor final a hierba buena!.
It comes from the African word 'mojo', which means “to perform a little spell”. We introduce you our particular healthy non-alcholic version of the classic mojito with a color so special that you'll think it is magical (Pst! It's blue spirulina).
Magical flavor and color
Yuzu, an Asian citrus scent with hints of grapefruit and tangerine, and the sea green of spirulina algae combine to give this beloved drink a fantastic blue color. A contributionThe mint finish balances the bitterness and completes the formula that is undoubtedly one of our favorites.
The best teas
Our green bancha tea is made with leaves collected after remaining in the plant for at least three years, making them richer in minerals.
Our white tea comes from delifalling buds and young leaves that give softness and sweetness to the mixture, as well as containing high levels of micronutrients, polyphenols and antioxidants.
One billion probiotics in every bottle
Originals. Delicious. Healthy
These bubbles are naturally generated during fermentation due to carbon dioxide (CO2).
They are living microorganisms essential for the digestive system. They are found in the body naturally and in foods such as yogurts or kombucha. They improve metabolism and also protect the liver.
Its main component, menthol, acts as a decongestant, lowers body temperature, reduces intestinal inflammation and stimulates appetite.
Original citrus from the East, it is characterized by its rough texture and a flavor similar to grapefruit. Rich in vitamin C and antioxidants.
Spiral-shaped unicellular alga very rich in proteins, nutrients, vitamins and minerals.
It is the acronym for symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeast. Its trillion probiotics add strength to your defenses.
It feeds SCOBY and almost completely disappears during fermentation. It's decomposed by yeast and converted into gas (CO2), various organic acids, and other compounds. It is this set that gives kombucha tea its distinctive flavor. At the final result the amount is minimal.
Our bottles are made of glass and can have infinite lives
Its effects on our body
It has been proven through various scientific reviews that probiotic bacteria, present in fermented foods, reduce cholesterol by reducing its absorption.
Due to its content of B group vitamins, it contributes to maintaining an active metabolism and obtaining 100% natural energy faster.
Research has shown that people who consume probiotics present in fermented ones on a regular basis, lose weight more easily and steadily. * Source: NIH National Center for Biotechnology Information.
The enzymes, bacteria and other secondary metabolites of the fermentation process have a great detoxification capacity of the body.
The idea that bacteria in the gut affect behavior is not new. Regular intake of probiotics has been shown to increase the neurochemicals of happiness (dopamine and serotonin). Greater gut health, greater happiness.
The compounds in green and black tea are increased during kombucha fermentation and facilitate the elimination of free radicals from the body.
In live culture foods, such as kombucha, we ingest bacteria that help digest food and produce multiple protective compounds.
The bacteria in kombucha can stimulate the production of certain components of the immune system. These bacteria together with yeasts also act as probiotics.
Its rich contribution in B vitamins and minerals such as magnesium, zinc, copper and manganese, contributes to improving energy levels in a refreshing naturally carbonated drink.
|61 kJ / 15 Kcal
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