Moscow mules that are made with ginger kombucha, ginger beer, and full of probiotics! If you love kombucha, you’ll love our twist on a Moscow mule. Skip the vodka but add lime.
No Sugar Added
One thing about Kombucha and Water Kefir is you have to pay attention to reading the labels. You will find some that say “no added sugars” and they are 100% Whole 30 compliant.
According to Whole 30’s official “Can I Have” List:
- Kombucha “We like the probiotic benefits of ‘booch, and we think it makes a fine addition to your Whole30 menu. Just read your labels carefully—any mention of “sugar” listed in the ingredients means it’s a no-go.”
- Water Kefir: “Following the same logic as kombucha, we’re okay with water kefir. If you’re making it yourself, do what you can to ensure that the sugar is used by the bacteria (appropriate fermentation time). If you’re buying, avoid those brands with added sugar in the ingredients list.”
Ingredients You Will Need
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How To Make Ginger Kombucha Moscow Mule
Here is our Guilt-Free Spin on a Delicious Moscow Mule!
Servings: 2 | Course: Drinks | Cuisine: American
- 1 bottle Rachel’s Ginger Beer (or Ginger beer of your choice)
- 1 GT Kombucha-Flavor of your choice
- ½ Lime for garnish
Fill the mug with ice halfway. Pour in ½ bottle of ginger beer and ½ bottle of GT Hard Kombucha over the ice. Serve with Lime wedges.
For an Alcohol Free Version(Less than .5%) Substitute with GT’s Synergy Kombucha & GT’s Aqua Kefir.
*If pregnant or have any allergies, please consult with your doctor first before consuming.