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[Costco] GT'S Kombucha - $2.33/ea (480 mL)

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[Costco] GT'S Kombucha - $2.33/ea (480 mL)

Seems to be $5 off at Costco from April 17th to April 23. This would bring 6 bottles for $13.99 at $2.33 per bottle? Pretty hot. Normal price in grocery stores is around $4 a bottle.

EDIT: Boxes I got say expiring end of July.

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is this the new fad?
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good price OP ... do they still only carry gingerade flavour?
Esteban Pirazo wrote:
Apr 17th, 2017 3:40 pm
is this the new fad?
it seems to have gotten more popular over the last couple of years, but the benefits of probiotics have been known for a long time. I drink it as i like the taste .. actually started making my own now.
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Tastes like ass but I drink it anyways. I'm hoping the benefits are as good as they say.
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Esteban Pirazo wrote:
Apr 17th, 2017 3:40 pm
is this the new fad?
Fad or not I drink it because I like the taste and it's a great alternative to the times I crave soda. 2g of sugar? I'm in.
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Apr 17th, 2017 3:46 pm
good price OP ... do they still only carry gingerade flavour?



it seems to have gotten more popular over the last couple of years, but the benefits of probiotics have been known for a long time. I drink it as i like the taste .. actually started making my own now.
Yes, only Gingerade. I actually like that funky taste of that flavour. The only other one I like is Guava which I've got from Whole Foods.

How easy is it to make your own?
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ar2020 wrote:
Apr 17th, 2017 3:58 pm
How easy is it to make your own?
I want to know more about this too. Where do you get your supplies and how easy is it to make it?
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ar2020 wrote:
Apr 17th, 2017 3:58 pm
The only other one I like is Guava which I've got from Whole Foods.

How easy is it to make your own?
Guava - is that GTs? never seen it .. i like the GTs mango i think best.

Super easy to make, tons of tutorials online. A friend gave me some homemade to drink and there was a little chunk of scoby in it so i just grew that one. Im only making 1L per week right now, but i want to increase that. I guess if you buy some store bought stuff, and there's some chunks in it, you could probably grow a scoby out of that it you want.
  • Its basically brew tea and sugar
  • cool and put into container and put scoby on top
  • store room temp and leave for a week or until flavour is right
  • kombucha is now done you can cool and drink
  • reserve a bit and repeat the process above for the next batch
  • also at this stage you can add flavourings/juice to new container, top up with brewed kombucha, let it stand for a few more days to carbonate and then store in fridge
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Apr 17th, 2017 4:22 pm
Guava - is that GTs? never seen it .. i like the GTs mango i think best.

Super easy to make, tons of tutorials online. A friend gave me some homemade to drink and there was a little chunk of scoby in it so i just grew that one. Im only making 1L per week right now, but i want to increase that. I guess if you buy some store bought stuff, and there's some chunks in it, you could probably grow a scoby out of that it you want.
  • Its basically brew tea and sugar
  • cool and put into container and put scoby on top
  • store room temp and leave for a week or until flavour is right
  • kombucha is now done you can cool and drink
  • reserve a bit and repeat the process above for the next batch
  • also at this stage you can add flavourings/juice to new container, top up with brewed kombucha, let it stand for a few more days to carbonate and then store in fridge
Yep, GT'S Guava Goodness. Thank you for the easy to follow instructions! Will give it a shot eventually.
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Never heard of this!
What is so good about this tea?
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Guava Goddess is the BEST flavor of this stuff ever.

Some of the flavors taste like you're drinking vinegar.
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This is a good deal. I bought a box of 6 here in Calgary for $19. That equals to $3.17 per bottle.

I believe the Gingerade has a sub 0.5% alcohol content, which is why don't don't require a label stating it has alcohol content.

It's totally worth it for $2.33 compared to buying your garbage can of pop at the vending machine for $1.25 to 1.50 each.

The glass bottles are incredible quality too, if you want to use them later on.
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Running low on brew dr so looks like it is GTs this next costco trip.
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super easy to brew your own, plus you control the flavour. Brewed my own for the past 3 years, but my scoby got moldy, so starting again from scratch (sounds like a country song :)
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it's very easy actually. I've been making my own for months now and it costs pennies to make.

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