Pink Potion

The Whole Kit & Kaboodle

A tea and elderflower recipe that ferments into light pink, refreshing Kombucha.


Delivers anywhere in Canada!

This Heyday Kit includes everything you need to make Pink Potion at home:

  • a 4L glass fermenting vessel
  • 3 x 1L stout refrigerator bottles with lids
  • an organic cotton cover with elastic band
  • a scoby container
  • a testing syphon

Plus, pre-measured portions of:

  • Organic live kombucha scoby and starter tea
  • 4x organic Heyday Elderflower purple tea bags
  • 2x organic cane sugar
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Pink potion is an herbal Kombucha that tastes fresh and fruity, with a floral note. It’s made by fermenting elderflower and purple tea (a rare tea varietal with less caffeine and more antioxidants than green tea) with a scoby.

The result is a refreshing beverage high in Vitamin C, antioxidants, and probiotics. It is magical, too! When first brewed it is golden like any green tea, but as it ferments, it becomes increasingly pretty pink.

Ready to enjoy in just 7 to 14 days.

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