Ginger Kombucha Orange Tonic

My recent favourite drink these days has been this Ginger Kombucha with Orange Juice, tonic water, and a hint of cranberry.

Whether you are participating in Dry January, newly sober, or you just don’t drink alcohol in general this is drink is for you! I personally don’t drink alcohol but I love making fun cocktail-inspired drinks!

It’s so refreshing and dares I say classy…

The crushed cranberries are totally optional but if you have any leftovers from the holiday season, use them! I love the tart flavour they add to the drink.

Fever-Tree mixers are some of my favourites to add to any of my cocktail-inspired drinks. Look out for deals at Costco, I got a huge box, and it’s still going!

It also doesn’t hurt to buy a large bottle of Ginger Kombucha!

Let’s Make Some Drinks!

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Ginger Kombucha Orange Tonic

Any time you need a refreshing drink try making this! The perfect combination of ginger, orange, and tonic water is amazing. Did I mention it was refreshing!
Prep Time2 mins
Cook Time0 mins
Course: Breakfast, Brunch, Drinks
Diet: Drinks
Servings: 1 Serving
Author: Zainab Jabri

Ingredients

  • 4-5 Crushed Cranberries
  • Ice
  • 30 ml Freshly Squeezed Orange Juice
  • 100 ml Ginger Kombucha
  • Tonic Water
  • Rosemary for Garnish

Instructions

  • Crush cranberries at the bottom of the glass using the back of a wooden spoon or a muddler.
  • Add ice and pour in the orange juice and kombucha.
  • Top the rest of the drink off with tonic water and garnish with a sprig of fresh rosemary.
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