A Maca-Berry Kombucha Spritzer to Treat Your Taste Buds!

A Maca-Berry Kombucha Spritzer to Treat Your Taste Buds!

Berries, maca, and a little bit of wine are a dream team in this refreshing and sweet Maca-Berry Kombucha Spritzer. Filled with fresh berries and Health-Ade's Maca-Berry Kombucha, this spritzer is perfect for a girl's night, a spring soiree, or anytime you’re craving a bubbly treat with some probiotic power!

One of my favorite ways to make drinks a little more health-friendly is by adding kombucha. Maca-Berry Health-Ade Kombucha is one of my go-to's, as it contains naturally occurring probiotics plus superfoods including maca powder, blackcurrant, and aronia berry. 

But first, maca!

Maca is a plant native to Peru that has historically been thought to balance hormones and help with fertility. While the science on maca's medicinal qualities may be more anecdotal than clinical, it’s tasty and easy to integrate this superfood into your diet so I figure, why not! 
The root of the plant, maca root, can be ground up into a fine powder and added to a variety of foods - such as smoothies, yogurts, and baked goods. I love adding in a teaspoon of maca to my morning oatmeal with peanut butter and fresh berries - so good! The taste of maca is subtly earthy and caramel-like; it adds a richness and sweet nuttiness to recipes. 

Maca The Superfood

Maca is considered a superfood because it is very nutrient-dense. Maca contains protein, fiber, vitamin C and B6, copper, iron, potassium, and manganese. 
Packed with goodness, this Maca-Berry Kombucha Spritzer recipe is the sweetest and most bubbly way to sip your wine and berries! Enjoy!

Maca-Berry Kombucha Spritzers Recipe

Serves 2


1 bottle Maca-Berry Health-Ade  Kombucha
2 cups dry white wine or rose
1/2 cup ice
1/2 cup mixed berries to garnish
Combine Kombucha, wine, and ice in a large jar or glass. Stir to combine.
Pour into two glasses and garnish with berries. Enjoy!

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