Sedona, Arizona-based Wild Tonic, a brand of Jun Kombucha made with honey instead of cane sugar, has announced a new product within its nature-inspired holistic, non-alcoholic beverage line.
Launching in January, The Wanderer Series features the namesakes of traditional cocktails.
The beverages come in four variations:
- Bees Knees, a lemony gin flavor with juniper and coriander;
- The Mule, a Jamaican ginger beer with lime;
- Paloma, a Mexican-style grapefruit soda with a Blanco tequila flavor; and
- Persephone, a pomegranate flavor featuring citrus and ginger.
“Having a non-alcoholic Jun Kombucha option for our sober-curious consumers supports them on their wellness journey,” said Jessi Gerth, director of marketing.
“The Wanderer Series is the perfect complement to our line of Jun beverages because it embodies our mission of creating a beverage that combines function and flavor for everyone.”
The product line also features Wild Tonic’s new packaging, a nod to the brand’s Arizona roots. The redesign features a new logo that shows the company’s icon – bees – depicted as a constellation in the Sedona night sky. The red rocks of Sedona are also shown, featured with a cobalt blue background meant to mimic the brand’s glass bottle color.
Wild Tonic Jun Kombucha is made by fermenting tea and honey with a symbiotic colony of bacteria and yeast. The honey feeds the SCOBY, allowing probiotics, prebiotics and amino acids to develop, providing good bacteria to promote good gut health.