You probably know by now that kombucha (fermented tea) has several good things going for it: “good” probiotic bacteria can promote gut health light caffeine content (on par with regular green or black teas) for a smooth afternoon boost refreshing carbonation for a drinking experience similar to soda but without the super-high sugar content When evaluating kombucha, it’s important to measure the sugar content. Lots of popular brands on the market mix their kombucha (typically made with black or green tea) with high-sugar fruit juice for a sweeter drink more comparable to a fruit juice box than a lightly fermented cup of tea. With this seasonal flavor, we are taking potion spices and combining them into our kombucha. It's a perfect time to take care of yourself with the healing power of turmeric and ginger that have anti-inflammation, aid indigestion, full of antioxidant, and immune booster properties. We added some black pepper so your body can better absorb the beneifts of the curcumin. These two wonderful roots spices give earthy characters and go perfectly well with the in-season passion fruit. The taste can be described as bright tropical feel with some earthy touch. . 8.4 grams of sugar. (Compare to 39 grams in a typical Coca Cola can.) Remark: 1. Kombucha must be refrigerated. 2. Due to natural fermentation, trace amount of alcohol no more than 0.5% 3. Do not shake. 4. For best taste, we recommend to consume within 8 months after bottling date.