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Lime and Cinnamon Water Recipe

by Hannah Singleton

Prep Time

7

Cook Time

0

Serves

1

If you’re looking to cut out (or at least cut back on) sugary sweet drinks, we’ve got you covered.

Our naturally sugar free Nexba drinks are a great alternative to sugar-laden pop, with the sweet taste you love, minus the empty calories.

Best of all, you can use them to make clever mocktails, like our Lime & Cinnamon Kombucha which we’ve used in this recipe. The kombucha adds flavour, fizz and a hit of probiotics, which we’ve paired with unflavoured natural sparkling water.

Combing kombucha with water creates a more subtle flavour and means you can sip on this delicious drink all day long.

Nexba Cinnamon & Lime Recipe

Image credit: Nexba

Health benefits of cinnamon

This warming, aromatic spice has a number of medicinal properties not commonly known. While you might know that cinnamon can help those with Diabetes Type 2, or pre-diabetes, achieve better blood sugar control, folk are less aware that it also:

  • helps with digestive complaints
  • boosts circulation
  • has anti-inflammatory effects as well as potent anti-microbial properties
  • is effective against viral, bacterial and fungal infections.

No wonder it's one of our most popular 'booches!

Lime and Cinnamon Water Recipe

Prep time 7 Cook time 0 Serves 1

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup ice cubes
  • 1 tbsp freshly squeezed lime juice
  • 1/2 cup Nexba Cinnamon & Lime Kombucha
  • 1/2 cup unflavoured sparkling water
  • Lime wedges, to garnish
  • 1 cinnamon quill, to garnish

Method

  1. Add ice cubes to a tall glass.
  2. Firstly squeeze in fresh lime juice and top up with Nexba Cinnamon & Lime Kombucha and unflavoured sparkling water. Add more sparkling water if you prefer a more subtle flavour.
  3. Garnish with a lime wedge and/or a cinnamon quill.

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Ready to enjoy the refreshingly satisfying health benefits of Nexba Kombucha?




Hannah Singleton
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