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Root Beer Flavouring Infusion

(2 customer reviews)

$12.99

Sip a glass of nostalgia with this blend of wintergreen leaf, sarsaparilla root, star anise & licorice root.

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Description

An old-fashioned blend of ingredients to stir up sweet childhood memories.

Package contains a 1/2 cup of mixed wintergreen leaf, sarsaparilla root, star anise, cinnamon bark, licorice root, fennel seed, crystal malt and vanilla.

This first-of-its-kind product makes it easy to quickly flavour your second fermentation. No more shopping for specific ingredients. We did that part for you!
Enough to make 4 bottles of 1L water kefir or kombucha beverages.
To infuse 1L of your favourite fermented beverage:
1. Measure 2 heaping tablespoons of
package contents into a clean and
sanitized swivel top bottle.
2. Pour your fermented liquid into the
bottle, leaving 1 inch of headspace
from the lid.
3. Seal, and gently shake the bottle
upside down a few times to ensure the
infusion ingredients are well mixed.
4. Continue with secondary fermentation
until desired taste is reached.
5. Use a strainer to remove herbs
while serving, and enjoy!

Additional information

Weight .1 kg
Dimensions 12 × 3 × 20 cm

2 reviews for Root Beer Flavouring Infusion

  1. Robin Fritz

    Great root beer flavour without all the sugar and all the health benefits of kefir water. This is my husband’s favorite of all the infusions and I love it too.

  2. Cristina Hutchinson

    I love the Root Beer flavouring! It has a delightful combination of spices that mimics a delicious glass of root beer without all of those sugars and the health benefits of kefir.

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