Kombucha is a sparkling fermented tea that originated in Manchuria, China. Kombucha is fermented by combining tea and sugar with a SCOBY (symbiotic colony of bacteria and yeast). The combination of tea, sugar, bacteria and yeast embarks on a long fermentation process which results in a naturally sparkling and refreshing drink. Kombucha can be enjoyed in its original form or flavoured with fruit and spices.
Kombucha tastes amazing. It’s refreshing, lightly sparkling and the perfect balance sweet and sour. Your taste buds will tingle. Original kombucha can taste a bit vinegary. If that isn’t your thing, give flavoured Kombucha a go. The flavour combinations are endless.
Is Kombucha good for you?
Kombucha is also notorious for being tied to gut health. But what does that really mean? Your gut is like a web, intricately jumbled and full of good bacteria that is personal to you. Because of this, how we each process different foods and drinks is individual. The gut specific benefits of Kombucha will vary from person to person. It may agree with you and if it does, you’ll feel alive and effervescent. Or, it may not agree with you at all. So, if you’re not used to drinking Kombucha, start with a little bit and see how it makes you feel.
How much alcohol is in Kombucha?
Typically Kombucha has less than 1.2% alcohol by volume. Enjoy irresponsibly.If you’re pregnant, hold off.
How do you make Kombucha?
Green Tea. Sugar. Filtered Water. Scoby.
That’s it. Take a look at our Rooibos (red tea) Kombucha recipe if you want to have a go yourself.
You’re in rude health when… you’re effervescent. You like big booch and you cannot lie. You’re a mighty booch.