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Melanie Wong | Dec 31, 201702:20 AM     3

After October 2016 lunch at The Purple Pig https://www.chowhound.com/post/lunch-... , my next stop was the Owen + Alchemy juicy bar in Logan Square to try the kombucha. I understand that it closed at the beginning of the year but may have plans to sell wholesale.

I hope that the products become available again because the they taste so good. Kombucha tea combined withe vibrant freshness and intensity of cold pressed fruit juices in interesting blends. I bought the two that were available that day, #60: Peach, black tea, lychee, rose, raw honey and #62: Sour cherry, black tea, raw honey. I would love to get my hands on some again.

Owen and Alchemy | Love for Wellness

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