Frequently Asked Questions
Kombucha is an age-old, tea-based beverage from the Orient renown for its refreshing and nutritive qualities. The subtle sweet and naturally tart flavor has endeared Kombucha to people and cultures across the globe. The adoption and continued popularity of Kombucha is further evident by the 160+ names for it in various languages. While Kombucha is quickly gaining popularity, there are still many questions that arise about kombucha.
Questions. And answers!
Where Can I Find Kentucky Kombucha?
You can find our kombucha throughout Kentucky. See a list and map here!
Is kombucha healthy?
Kombucha contains probiotics, antioxidants, amino acids, enzymes, vitamins and healthy acids. The live and active cultures in our kombucha are beneficial to the health and especially the digestive system. In addition, kombucha has been shown to raise energy levels, improve digestion, a boost the immune system, detoxify and alkalinize the body.
Is it Organic? Gluten-free? Vegan?
We craft our kombucha to be gluten-free and vegan with all certified-Organic ingredients. Although we do not certify our product organic or gluten-free, we care about what we put in our food and ensure the best quality ingredients are used.
How much can I drink?
Drink as much as feels good for you.
Who do I contact for Wholesale Inquiries?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 859-336-1139.
What is the Blob in my bottle?
The blob in your brew is the ‘Mother’ culture or SCOBY (Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria & Yeast). Our kombucha is raw, alive and unfiltered and naturally carbonated. The living cultures in the kombucha create a new ‘mother’ in each bottle and continues to produce valuable enzymes, probiotics, antioxidants and organic acids. Chew it, swallow it, leave it in the bottle, compost it or keep it to begin brewing your own kombucha. Whatever you choose to do with the SCOBY, this is a sign of an alive & raw kombucha.