ACV Juices

Frequently Asked Questions

How is Apple Cider Vinegar made?
First fresh apples are crushed to extract the juice. After, yeast is added to initiate the first fermentation process. After about four weeks, “good” bacteria are then mixed in and turn the sugars to acetic acid. This is called the second fermentation process and it takes another 2-3 weeks. The vinegar is then ready to use.
What nutrients are in Apple Cider Vinegar?
Apple Cider Vinegar contains low amounts potassium, amino acids, and antioxidants. It is extremely low in calories with only 3kcal per each Tablespoon, and contains no fat, carbohydrates, or sodium. ACV is a great way to add a punch of flavor without extra calories or salt!
What are the health benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar?
Apple Cider Vinegar has been shown to lower blood sugar and fight diabetes. This quality stems from improved insulin function and sensitivity. There is also evidence to suggest ACV may promote satiety through increasing the levels of acetate in your gut.
Do our Apple Cider Vinegar drinks contain the mother?
Our drinks do not contain the mother. Currently there are no proven health benefits, and if we were to include it in our drinks pasteurization of the mother would also be necessary. This would actually end up killing it, and nobody likes a dead mother.
Does Apple Cider Vinegar taste bad?
Apple Cider Vinegar has a pungent taste, after all it is vinegar, but many people enjoy it. We’ve combined some fantastic flavors and a hint of sweetness to compliment ACV and make a drink everyone can enjoy!
What is the shelf life of our drinks?
Our Sparkling Apple Cider Vinegar Juices will safely keep for up to 18 months - please see "best before" date printed on all bottles and cases. They can be ambient stored, but we recommend chilling them before consumption for the best taste experience.