I will preface this review by stating that I adore and gulp down and love GT's organic raw "Gingerade" kombucha. It might cost $4, but it is divine: spicy, tingly & yummy (what more could you want in a drink?).
However. This "Multi-Green" kombucha is an entirely different story.
Here's a product that does not spread holiday cheer.
It is the dregs from the murkiest swap.
It is the slimy stuff from the bottom of the refrigerator.
It is the crud you need to wipe off your shoes after you walk through the forest in the rain.
It is the weird goo hanging from the tip of your dog's nose after she dives into the lagoon and comes back panting excitedly reeking of frog and fish.
Yes. It's that bad.
Skip the Multi-Green and march straight over to the Gingerade. Mmmmm, good.
To read more about the fermented tea called kombucha (kom BOO cha) you can check out the Wikipedia info. The bravest of us might even try to make some ourselves.