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6 Delicious & Easy Mocktail Recipes with Probiotics

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Marry the art of craft mocktail building with health awareness and gut biome maintenance.

Try your hand and delight in a few of our favorite delicious and easy Kombucha and Kefir Soda-inspired mocktail recipes with the added benefits of live probiotics, a fraction of the sugar, and nearly 0% alcohol.



1. Fire Lemonade Mocktail Recipe

INGREDIENTS

METHOD

  1. Mix together a 1 to 1 ratio of Buchi Kombucha Fire and lemonade.
  2. Pour into a glass filled with ice

2. Elevation Mocktail Recipe

INGREDIENTS

METHOD

  1. Add fresh squeezed grapefruit juice and simple syrup to a rocks glass and add ice
  2. Top with Buchi Kombucha Air
  3. Stir gently and garnish as desired

3. Mango Madness Mocktail

INGREDIENTS

METHOD

  1. Puree mango and raspberries and add to glass
  2. Top with ice and Buchi Kombucha Water, filling the glass ¾ full
  3. Top with mango spritzer

4. Buchimosa Mocktail

INGREDIENTS

  • 4 oz. Buchi Kombucha Legacy
  • 1 oz. Orange Juice

METHOD

  1. Pour orange juice and Buchi Kombucha Legacy into your favorite champagne flute

 

5. Stubborn Mule Mocktail


INGREDIENTS

METHOD

  1. In a rocks glass, gently stir together lime juice, ginger syrup and Pear Ginger Chamomile Kefir Soda
  2. Add ice
  3. Garnish with mint leaves

6. Elixir of Vitality

INGREDIENTS

  • Buchi Kefir Soda Soar
  • Fresh Blueberries
  • Turmeric Powder
  • Lion’s Mane Mushroom Extract
  • Rosemary and Orange Peel, for garnish

METHOD

  1. Muddle blueberries in a glass with 2-3 pinches of powdered turmeric and a dropper of extract
  2. Add one large ice cube and Buchi Kefir Soda Soar and stir gently
  3. Garnish with rosemary and orange peel

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