Few things can beat this setup: a smoothie bowl, plants, palo santo, a singing bowl and art. Here’s a recipe and a story for ya:

GT’s Kombucha x Lil Bucks ✨ SOUL BOWL ✨



1. Smoothie Part 1: blend 1/2 – 3/4 cup frozen mango pieces, .5 tsp ashwaganda, and 1/2 cup GT’s Mystic Mango Kombucha. Start with half cup of mangos and blend, add a few more to get it nice n thiq

2. Smoothie Part 2: blend 1/2 cup frozen raspberries and 3-4 frozen strawberries with half cup GT’s Unity Vibration kombucha (or can use Trilogy, a classic).

3. Where the magic happens: Pour the mango mix in one half of the bowl and the raspberry mix in the other half, then swirl 🙂

4. This smoothie has so much love and fruit-forwardness, I think it tastes best with the Original Lil Bucks for a slightly nutty flavor but mostly just complements this fruit-and-booch-forward smoothie bowl.

5. Top with Original Lil Bucks! I think this tastes best with this fruit-forward bowl, but Matcha would also be YUM.

To blend this, you may need to have some patience with your blender. I have a Vitamix which comes with a Tamper and is thus perfect for making thick smoothies, but you can do it with the weakest of blenders. You just have to blend a bit, pause, mix up with a spoon a bit, and repeat. You can try gradually add in the Kombucha just to soften it a bit when things REALLY won’t blend.

ALSO have to give a shout-out to my friend Riddhi (@artsyriddle) for these custom wood-burned coasters. 50% of the sales of her Indian-inspired art go to Shakti, an organization empowering under-privileged girls by giving them scholarships to complete their education. And the artist herself is a lovely human so if you love those beautiful Indian vibes Riddhi is your girl! Check out her Etsy shop here.

And thank you to GT’s Kombucha for the lovely singing bowl 🤗

Great vibes all around. Have a lovely week!