Ferm Fatale isn’t just the world’s first line of fermented cocktail mixes. It’s a SOCIAL REVOLUTION. We are “raising the bar” by offering an alternative to your typical social beverage, giving you freedom to have a much healthier choice while socializing. Our cocktail beverages are naturally high in B vitamins, good bacteria and enzymes that protect your liver while you consume alcohol. The beauty is in the choice. We like to call it the “convertible social beverage.” Drinking dirty is about consuming as much good bacteria as you can as we know that the gut is the source of health
Local, seasonal, small batch, handcrafted and artisanal, these drinks are meant to inspire you to live your joy day or night. Life is meant to be celebrated.
About the Founder
As a Funeral Director Julie Cielo worked with the dead. As a Yoga Therapist & Transformational Life Coach she helps the living really live. From growing up fermenting with her Italian immigrant grandfather in rural PA, to having recovered from a debilitating Autoimmune disease, she discovered a simple Truth–the gut is the source of health and good bacteria cures. The mastery of fermented foods is that first you must let it rot before it becomes life preserving. Living Clean has less to do with what you do or don’t put in your mouth and more to do with the unconscious thoughts you sip on all day long. Living Clean is about transforming perceptions, letting go of old beliefs that don’t serve you, and focusing on what is ahead with a clean and powerful mindset. The magic of life is found in its polarity. We must first embrace our darkness to find the power of our own inner light. Trust your Self. Live your truth. Focus on the connection with the Divine inside of you and shine that LOVE out into the world. The Ferm Fatale philosophy is about seeing life’s challenges as possibilities to grow and evolve and realizing that it is your imperfections that make you sexy and unique.
Heath is wealth. Love is invisible. Take a sip…we dare you.
Live Clean, Drink Dirty
“It is imperfect, and that’s why it is growing; if it was perfect it would have been dead. Growth is possible only if there is imperfection.” -Osho