i have only had one or two kombuchas in my life and they were vile to put it mildly. the fact that Target carries this makes me think either 1. it might taste ok or 2. kombucha is way too popular and people are too brainwashed into thinking this stuff is decent. i get the supposed, touted benefits, they sound wonderful, but my taste buds have to be conquered and my stomach must be willing to keep it inside for that stuff to work anyway.
this is not the worst thing i have had, i will grant them that after the fist sip. it has little to no detectable connection to root beer though. it really really looks like urine as well which is quite a hurdle to get over. it tastes like a weird, kind of sweaty tasting tea with carbonation and then the harsh aftertaste of stevia. i wish i could get behind stevia, but it tastes as bad as the artificial sweeteners. plus this is also not really sweet at all, which is not the point i know, but something i enjoy anyway. i have made it sound worse than it is i think. it is ok really. it’s hard to rate this. i mean, it is ok as a drink but not good in flavor. the claimed health benefits do give it a boost but they don’t make it good. i mean, i wouldn’t chose to get this again unless directed to do so because of some aliment. it is the best kombucha i have had, which is like being the red-est apple, who cares?
Anthony’s Rating: 55
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|Type:||Root Beer||Comes In:||12oz glass bottle|
|Head:||Small||Sweetener:||evaporated cane juice, stevia|
Ingredients: organic raw kombucha (organic fair trade certified tea, organic fair trade certified evaporated cane juice and organic kombucha culture fermented in purified water), natural flavors, organic stevia extract (natural sweetener)