Recipes

Blackberry Mango Kombucha Smoothie

Serves 2

10 Minute Prep Time

This blackberry mango kombucha smoothie is lightly sweet, super creamy, and impeccably good!

It’s all too easy to get into ruts, especially when things are busy. And all too convenient to grab something pre-made or processed. That’s why we love how quick and easy making a smoothie can be – just grab your favorite fruits or vegetables you have and toss them into the blender. Within minutes, you’ll end up with something that tastes good and is worlds better than anything that you can get in a package!


We kept this recipe very simple and straightforward and used Kombucha Water as our liquid base to add a probiotic and postbiotic punch (you can do this with any smoothie to amp up the benefits!). If you don’t have blackberries or mango on-hand, consider swapping them for whatever fresh or frozen fruit you have access to.

Jam-packed with nutritious ingredients:

  • Kombucha: Contains live and active cultures and digestive enzymes
  • Lemon: Antibacterial properties. High vitamin C content. 
  • Mango and Blackberries: High in vitamin C and beta-carotene.
  • Banana: Contains fiber, potassium, folate, and antioxidants, such as vitamin C

Method

  1. Add all ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth.

  2. Taste and adjust sweetness as needed.

  3. Serve and enjoy!

An 8 oz Buchi kombucha can with a metallic purple label saying Buchi Kombucha Water Coconut Blueberry Elderberry

Water

Coconut Blueberry Elderberry
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Cool and effortless, our Water kombucha blends sparkling kombucha with organic elderberry and blueberry. The sweetness and freshness of the ingredients shine through in this brew. Are you in the flow?

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casekeg 5 Gallons/Keg 12-8oz. Cans/Case

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  • Organic

  • Raw & Unpasteurized

  • Non-GMO

  • Gluten-free

  • Vegan

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