We got a donation of kombucha, so I will review this ginger variety from Buddha's Brew! <br> ![IMG_4479.jpg](https://ipfs.busy.org/ipfs/QmPHDappTpsF3yvMitqzMtGde6g8TMwGEvWT4KGptEyXgG) <br> I reviewed another ginger variety from a different brand a few days ago. This one is way sweeter and less gingery than the other brand. I prefer the flavor of the other. <br> ![IMG_4480.jpg](https://ipfs.busy.org/ipfs/QmXSqH24h6UW96Jyyf8uR1vcgr5YJqUHjovkvmwGTEHN6P) <br> I do like that this is made locally in Austin, Texas. I didn't pay for this because I don't shop at stores (it was a donation headed for the trash if we hadn't received it - probably because the bottle was sealed but only half full lol), but local is better if you're going to buy something. There is less transportation = less petroleum = less war, and the value of the transaction goes back into your local community and neighbors. <br> ![IMG_4481.jpg](https://ipfs.busy.org/ipfs/QmRMm9RqeKKccUBqoiJxxqDMnKWwn15zytskZHZZ8RbEn3) <br> The bottling is kinda cute too. I like the colors. The flavor though...it's fine, but in comparison to the other one it's inferior. That's my opinion! <br> <br> <br> <br> <br><br><br> ✨💛✨ Sara!