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  • “Woah - smells like beer! I've never had Kombucha tea before so I expected it to taste similar to an oolong. Actually it tastes more like an alcoholic cooler in my opinion - this _is_ a fermented...” Read full tasting note
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    JillDragon 1603 tasting notes
  • “My experience with canned teas has been horrifying, to put it nicely. This was a great surprise. Kombucha is meant to be contained and works with small bottles, so by extension small cans, I...” Read full tasting note
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    Batrachoid 177 tasting notes
  • “**Major BackLog** I realized that I have tried this a while ago. I finally worked up the nerve to try it since I had been reading a lot about Kombucha. Yuck! It tasted foul. Tangy in a bad way....” Read full tasting note
    MegWesley 526 tasting notes
  • “this is definitely an experience. there's no getting around it: kombucha tastes like vinegar. period. it doesn't "hint" at vinegar or "taste slightly" of vinegar, it's just straight up vinegar. ...” Read full tasting note
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    pinksmog 15 tasting notes

From Kombucha Wonder Drink (KWD)

An original kombucha made from fresh-brewed, organic oolong tea.

CONTENTS: Filtered water, organic brewed oolong tea (filtered water, organic oolong tea leaves), organic kombucha (filtered water, organic cane juice, organic oolong tea leaves, yeast and bacteria cultures), organic cane juice, carbonation.

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1603 tasting notes

Woah – smells like beer! I’ve never had Kombucha tea before so I expected it to taste similar to an oolong. Actually it tastes more like an alcoholic cooler in my opinion – this is a fermented tea, but it was being sold with all the normal, non-alcoholic drinks so I didn’t think there would be any significant alcohol involved. Huh.

It has a fruity flavour that makes me think of plums combined with something a bit yeasty. It’s an odd mix of sweet and sour and it leaves a strange taste on my tongue.

I’m not sure what I think of this drink except maybe ‘weird’. Really weird.

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Iced
Angrboda

Wow, that definitely doesn’t sound like something I would like. Beer smell… shudder

Jillian

Yeah I wasn’t too thrilled. I’ve just realized what the aftertaste reminded me of – apple cider vinegar. Bleh!

Angrboda

what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. Or something.

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177 tasting notes

My experience with canned teas has been horrifying, to put it nicely. This was a great surprise. Kombucha is meant to be contained and works with small bottles, so by extension small cans, I suppose. This was certainly light.

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Major BackLog

I realized that I have tried this a while ago. I finally worked up the nerve to try it since I had been reading a lot about Kombucha. Yuck! It tasted foul. Tangy in a bad way. I took a sip and then dumped the rest out.

Life is too short to force yourself to drink tea you don’t like.

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this is definitely an experience. there’s no getting around it: kombucha tastes like vinegar. period. it doesn’t “hint” at vinegar or “taste slightly” of vinegar, it’s just straight up vinegar. at first, it’s definitely a turn off, not because it tastes bad, but more because vinegar is not something we taste so concentrated. once the initial shock of vinegar is gone, it’s actually not too bad. it is very refreshing and not like anything you’ve ever tasted. the vinegar is in the aftertaste, but the first taste is very delicious. i found for me it was easier to gulp it straight down so i could still enjoy the refreshing taste while minimizing the vinegar :)

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Iced

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Booch! I started getting into kombucha a few months ago due to the purported health benefits. A quick note, Kombucha Wonder Drink is pasturized, killing all of the good bacteria, so if you’re interested in the probiotic element of kombucha, this is not the one for you. Try to track down some GT, it’s much better.

I make my own booch now, but this was my first foray into the field, since it is the only brand my organic delivery service carries. I did not like it at all. I’ve tried just about all of their flavors and they’re all bad. There’s just an overwhelming bitterness and harshness to them that makes me avoid this brand.

If you’re looking for a starter kombucha to make your own SCOBY, this also sucks. I let my brew for a month and saw no change whatsoever. I set out GT and had a baby SCOBY in less than a week. She’s not brewing strong in my continuous brewer, my baby jellyfish is a momma jellyfish!

I’m also HIGHLY amused at my own changes. When Happy Kombucha from DavidsTea came out, I couldn’t bring myself to drink it because a fermented tea with bacteria in it sounded so gross, and now I have at least 16 ounces a day.

But yes, if you’re going to try kombucha, don’t try this. If you’ve had it in the past, I promise, it doesn’t have to taste like straight up vinegar, it can be so, so yummy. Try GT.

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Iced

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