Traditional kombucha has its roots in Chinese and eastern medicine, and is known for its probiotic and digestive benefits, among others. Therefore, a lot of kombucha gets packaged and promoted as a health drink, and most who try it sometimes speak of its silty and vinegary flavor. But Prohibition has nothing to do with that world. Originally home-brewed by owner, and polymath, Nate Uri as a mixable alternative to alcohol during a brief ‘prohibitionary’ stint of his own, Prohibition is clean, bright, and delicious. It’s not called Prohibition for the non-alcoholic healthiness of the drink, but for the raw, decadent and resourceful underbelly that prohibition breeds.
(Designed while at Aesthetic Apparatus.)