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[Costco] Brew DR Kombucha Spiced Apple (6x414ml)

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[Costco] Brew DR Kombucha Spiced Apple (6x414ml)

Fans of kombucha who don't like the vinegar taste will like this flavor. A very balanced flavor that gives you a hint of apple pie.

GTS gingerade is also on sale for $11.99.
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I personally don't like the apple one. I much prefer the original one or the other flavours from the same brand that the apple one makes. Clarity and ginger tumeric i believe are what the names are in the mixed pack. Those are my personal favourites.
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btwitsmatt wrote:
Jan 16th, 2019 7:10 pm
I personally don't like the apple one. I much prefer the original one or the other flavours from the same brand that the apple one makes. Clarity and ginger tumeric i believe are what the names are in the mixed pack. Those are my personal favourites.
I haven't tried their variety pack. Strangely that is not on sale.
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Thanks OP
Love kombucha!
There are people so damn poor all they have is their money.
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I've only heard of this from Joe Rogan, what's the bro-science say on kombucha?
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Jan 16th, 2019 7:18 pm
I've only heard of this from Joe Rogan, what's the bro-science say on kombucha?
You need to consume regularly, which is expensive if you purchase bottled.
Making your own is the way to go.

I've purchased (when on sale at Costco) and enjoyed the gingerade, and actually have been using the gingerade bottles for my homemade batches. The bottles are quite nice.
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This stuff is nasty, smells nasty, tastes nasty. Why would you put something like this in your mouth is beyond understanding. The whole"trendiness " thing doesn't appeal to me. 5 years you wouldn't even hear the name kombucha.
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You are msg the point of it for gut health..google its inventor
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Tommy74 wrote:
Jan 16th, 2019 7:59 pm
This stuff is nasty, smells nasty, tastes nasty. Why would you put something like this in your mouth is beyond understanding. The whole"trendiness " thing doesn't appeal to me. 5 years you wouldn't even hear the name kombucha.
The gingerade kombucha is an acquired taste which I love.

But this spiced apple flavor is actually delicious.
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just make your own. it tastes better and you can add your own flavouring and you know what you put in it. it's surprising easy, you just have to buy the kombucha scoby and you can get it on Amazon.

lots of recipes online on how to make it.
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Is this at all Costco’s? Time to stock up my gf is on a kombucha kick right now.
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supremePug wrote:
Jan 16th, 2019 8:20 pm
just make your own. it tastes better and you can add your own flavouring and you know what you put in it. it's surprising easy, you just have to buy the kombucha scoby and you can get it on Amazon.

lots of recipes online on how to make it.
It is a lot cheaper to make your own! I used to make batches, but I would occasionally ferment them for too long... It would just end up tasting like beer at that point!

Delicious form of probiotics!
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dayofthedeb wrote:
Jan 16th, 2019 11:31 pm
It is a lot cheaper to make your own! I used to make batches, but I would occasionally ferment them for too long... It would just end up tasting like beer at that point!

Delicious form of probiotics!
What kind of bottles do you use for fermentation? I'm hearing that plastic is a no go for the first and second fermentation
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Jan 16th, 2019 11:44 pm
What kind of bottles do you use for fermentation? I'm hearing that plastic is a no go for the first and second fermentation
Because of BPA?. Our water and some food supply already have microplastics but if you are really concerned about it, you should buy BPA-free containers, jugs, water bottle.
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