When is the best time to drink kombucha?

I usually drink tea in the mornings and early afternoons. Now that I’m planning to switch to kombucha, I was wondering if I’m only allowed to drink it once, and if so, when’s the best time to take it?

Knowing how your body reacts to caffeine, alcohol, and acidity is essential in deciding what time of day is best for you to enjoy this drink.

The caffeine levels in kombucha are significantly less than the amount in a regular cup of coffee. If caffeine might be a source of concern, then morning might be the best time for you to drink kombucha.

Alcohol is also present in trace amounts, usually within the 0.25 to 1.00% ABV – this is on the lower end and nope, you can’t get drunk from such low alcohol levels.  

As for acidity, finished kombucha usually has a pH between 2.5 and 3.5, according to Fermentaholics. That means it’s somewhere between the pH levels of orange juice and cranberry juice. 

If you’re concerned about your body’s reaction to any of the three mentioned above, then you have to listen to your body and drink kombucha in moderation, preferably in small amounts or together with a meal. But if you won’t have any problems with levels of caffeine, alcohol, and acidity, then any time of day is the best time to drink kombucha so enjoy your drink and visit Fermentaholics.com to learn more about this amazing drink. 

Default Asked on January 4, 2021 in Food & Drink.
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