What is Kombucha?
Kombucha is a naturally fermented tea that is rich in probiotics, prebiotics, enzymes, and antioxidants that promote digestive, immune, and overall health.
How do we make our Kombucha?
Kombucha is made through a wild fermentation process. To start, we ferment a black and green tea blend with a culture of live bacteria and yeast called a SCOBY. The SCOBY consumes the sugar in the tea, which produces a trace amount of alcohol and carbon dioxide (CO2) as byproducts, which is what gives our kombucha its light and effervescent qualities. Prebiotics, probiotics and beneficial acids are also produced during this fermentation process. Once the fermentation process is completed, most of the original sugars added at the beginning have been consumed and converted by the live bacteria and yeast, leaving you with a low sugar, low calorie beverage to enjoy!
What's in it?
Our kombucha is simple. Vegan, gluten free, low sugar, and low calorie. After brewing our original fermented tea blend, we just add whole fruits, juice, herbs, and fresh roots, depending on the flavor. That’s it. No chemicals, no preservatives, no corn syrup. Just natural ingredients with a natural tea blend. At the end of the brewing process, our kombucha has only 5-9 grams of sugar depending on the flavor, and sits between 20-40 calories per 12oz serving. This discrepancy in sugar is based on the natural sugar content of the fruits used.