Irish Olympian Natalya Coyle Launches 1st Canned Range From Irish Brewed Kombucha Brand - SynerChi
Irish Olympian and world medallist, Natalya Coyle, was present to help launch the first canned range of sparkling drinks from Irish kombucha brand, SynerChi.
The new releases from Ireland’s first kombucha brewery includes three new sparkling varieties of 'Apple & Elderflower Presse', 'Ginger & Turmeric Lemonade', and 'Traditional Cola Flavour'.
SynerChi is Ireland’s first Kombucha brewery, founded by Laura Murphy who is the team's “brew master".
Securing investment from Raymond Coyle of Tayto Park, formerly of Largo Foods, SynerChi is situated in a custom state of the art, grade A++ facility in Gweedore, Co. Donegal, where the team creates, produce, and package all products on site.
The new cans add to the bottled range of slightly sparkling Kombuchas includes 'Original Sencha Tea', 'Raspberry & Rosehip', 'Ginger & Lemongrass', and 'Oranges & Lemons', available in supermarkets nationwide.
SynerChi is craft-brewed with 100% natural, organic ingredients using unique micro-brewing craftsmanship producing authentic live kombucha, without the use of any artificial additives, preservatives, or refined sugars.
Blended with organic teas and tisanes, creating a mix of natural ingredients, the latest canned range of SynerChi is full of live cultures and naturally occurring enzymes, which helps detox the body, supports gut health, and aids digestion.
Speaking on the announcement, Irish Olympian and world medallist, Natalya Coyle said, “I am delighted to partner with SynerChi on the launch of their first canned range of kombucha drinks. I’ve been a fan of kombucha for a few years now and as an athlete, health and fitness is very important to me especially when I’m training.
Coyle added that the convenience of the product is hugely beneficial for her due to her active lifestyle "being able to grab a healthy pick me up alternative that is made of natural ingredients while still containing all the amazing benefits of kombucha and knowing it’s not going to undo any of my hard work is a winner for me and even better that it’s made and produced here in Ireland”.
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