The brilliant color of the currant flower attracts hummingbirds just as they finish their northerly migrations and settle down to build nests and raise families. Birds can see colors humans can’t even imagine. And plants send out different scent and color signals to birds, bees, and other pollinators to signal when they are ready for flying visitors to enjoy sweet nectar and pick up pollen to take to the next flower. Nature’s team work.
INGREDIENTS: KOMBUCHA TEA, RED CURRANT, MINT
Fresh picked red currants mix perfectly with home grown mint for a delightful rose. The taste is slightly tangy, staying away from full on sweetness.