Wellness

Kick That Iso Sugar Habit And Spread The Booch Love With This Easy Straight Swap

By Armelle Frimpong
5th Oct 2020

A couple of glasses of kombucha sit on a wooden board surrounded by slices of lemon and orange.

Healthy drink lovers listen up, Australia’s top selling Remedy Kombucha now comes in a 1.25 litre bottle so you can be THAT guy at your next socially-distanced gathering. Whether you’re doing Ocsober, a summer shred or just want to look after your health after the iso feed up, for the first time, Remedy is dishing up the goods in bottles big enough to share so you can spread the booch love. Good luck keeping it to yourself.

Once only the domain of health-conscious yogis and meditating shamans, this probiotic, fermented drink is now a growing worldwide phenomenon as the rest of us catch on to its health-promoting benefits. Through a fermentation process involving sweet tea, wild bacteria and healthy yeasts which takes place over 30 days, this tasty drink can also help curb that iso-stoked sugar habit too. Win-win.

What started as a project on a humble kitchen table, Melbourne’s Remedy Kombucha is now one of Australia’s market leaders as founders Sarah and Emmet Condon continue their mission to help cut sugar from our diets.  While not all kombuchas are created equal, small-batch brewed Remedy ferments ALL of the sugar away leaving behind a clean and healthy drink that even has the stamp of approval from I Quit Sugar.

Call us lazy but we’re all about the straight swap—especially when we’re doing something for our health at the same time. So the next time you’re having the fam over, do yourself, and them, a favour and put out a 1.25 litre bottle of the good stuff instead of the usual fizzy drink suspects and watch the compliments come pouring in. 

So what are you waiting for? Pick up a bottle at your local Coles or Woolworths or shop them online now.

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Image credit: Katherine Sousa 

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