Revive Kombucha releases sparkling kombucha line

Revive Kombucha has released a new shelf-stable, sparkling Kombucha product line in the US, as the brand aims to make Kombucha accessible to all consumers.

Four flavours are available in the new range: Mango Orange, Cherry Hibiscus, Strawberry Lemon, and Citrus Ginger. All flavours in the range contain 5g of sugar and 20 calories per 12-ounce can, and also includes 5 billion live probiotics to help support digestive and immune health.

The sparkling drinks are made using the same batch brewing and natural fermentation methods used for the brand’s ‘raw’ still kombucha drinks, but with the addition of a further proprietary pasteurization process while incorporating a naturally-fermented and live probiotic, DE111.

Sean J. Lovett, founder and president of Revive Kombucha, said: “Revive began with the simple idea to brew great tasting kombucha so people could kick their soda habits, just like I did so many years ago when my wife Rebekah handed me my first bottle.

“This is the closest we’ve come to meeting our original mission, as Revive Sparkling Kombucha is super tasty, yet doesn’t have a lot of sugar or calories and is loaded with live probiotics.

“Kombucha changed my life and putting this beverage in a transportable can and making it shelf stable means so many more people who are hooked on sugary sodas can more easily make the switch, without sacrifice of taste, to enjoy kombucha.”

Josh Mohr, vice-president of marketing for Revive Kombucha, added: “Our consumers are active so a portable, shelf stable can makes complete sense, yet we didn’t want to stop there. We wanted to push the lower limits on sugar and calories.

“Our sweet spot for Revive Sparkling Kombucha is the kombucha drinker that wants a lighter version they can drink more of, and the sparkling water drinker that wants added benefits from probiotics.”

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