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Do you love kombucha? Us too! We mixed kombucha with lemonade to create a delicious and refreshing kombucha lemonade. No joke, this kombucha lemonade tastes pretty much like an Arnold Palmer. What the what? Yes, there are strains of live active cultures floating around in kombucha, but it is SO GOOD FOR YOU. So this recipe makes so much sense! Fermented Tea + Lemonade…it’s basically a Kombucha Arny Palmer!


Kombucha is a beverage produced by fermenting tea with a culture of bacteria and yeast. It’s made from sugar, tea, and SCOBY (Symbiotic Colony of Bacteria and Yeast). The final product is fizzy and slightly sweet.


Improves Immune Health

Improves Digestive Health

Loaded with Probiotics

Helps Reduce Blood Pressure

Aids in Increasing Metabolism

Those are just a few. I found an amazing article about kombucha that breaks everything down here. It will even teach you how to brew your own kombucha, which I have not explored doing myself just yet.

One of the main reasons that I drink kombucha is for the probiotic. I’ve met with nutritionists (both RD’s and holistic nutritionists) and they always recommend a probiotic. By drinking one of these a week, there really is no need for the probiotic.



5 minutes

YIELD: 4 servings


1 bottle of kombucha, plain or

about 2 cups of homemade kombucha

1/2 cup fresh lemon juice

1 tablespoon coconut sugar

1 cup water


In a large pitcher, mix together 1 bottle of plain kombucha and the juice from four lemons.

In a small bowl, dissolve 1 tablespoon of coconut sugar in water. Then pour the water into the kombucha/lemon mixture and mix.

Serve on ice and with additional lemon wedges or for a punch of color add blueberries.

We liked using Health-Ade Kombucha Ginger Lemon for this recipe! You can find it at your local Krogers, Publix or Food City.

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