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FAQ

IS IT ORGANIC?

All our ingredients are organically sourced. We thrive to work with the best quality products to offer you a unique taste.

WHAT DOES PROBIOTIC MEAN?

Broadly defined, probiotics are microbes that confer benefits when consumed.

With Kult, the live lactic acid bacteria kultures  confer functional benefits to our bodies by interacting with our gut. 

WHY SHOULD KULT BE REFRIGERATED?

Authentic kefir is unpasteurized. Outside the fridge, the living kultures would keep fermenting and producing bubbles. This could change the taste (although it will not turn bad) and could lead to your bottle popping unexpectedly.

WHERE IS IT MADE?

Kult is brewed in small batches in an artisanal fermentary in Belgium where quality prevails over quantity. 

IS THERE ALCOHOL IN IT?

Water kefir typically contains trace amounts of alcohol from the yeast metabolism (< 0,5 %).

GLUTEN-FREE/PALEO/VEGAN/LOW SUGAR/LOW CAL?

YES!

WHAT TYPE OF GINGER DOES KULT USE?

We source our organic ginger from Peru, as it is much more rich in flavour and aroma than Chinese ginger.
It is cold-pressed to preserve all nutrients and vitamins.

WHY IS THERE DEPOSIT AT THE BOTTOM OF MY BOTTLE?

Our cold-pressed ginger juice is heavier than kefir. Therefore, it sinks.

Gently tilt the bottle to spread the ginger fever in your drink!

HOW MUCH CAN I HAVE?

Your gut loves probiotics, but it needs some time to adjust to this shot of living kultures. 

Start with 2 glasses a day, and increase gradually as you listen to your body.

ARE THERE ADDED SUGARS?

Most of the sugar cane added in the fermentation process is  transformed by the kultures. Kefir is therefore a perfect drink for people who want to limit their sugar intake

DO YOU PASTEURIZE?

No way!
Many mass produced ferments are pasteurized for shelf stability, thus
destroying the live kultures. To receive the benefits of live cultures, you must consume these foods unpasteurized.

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE WITH MILK KEFIR?

Because of the similar form of the grains, they are often associated. However, they differ in the composition of their microbial communities and milk kefir ferments milk, rather than a fruity water.

However, they are both probiotics!