Frequently asked questions

What exactly is Kombucha?

Kombucha is a fermented, sweetened black or green tea beverage.

Does Kombucha contain alcohol?

Yes it does contain trace amounts of alcohol due to the brewing process. Our Kombucha's Alcohol by Volume does not exceed 0.5%.

What are the Health Benefits of Kombucha?

Kombucha is a STRESS RELIEVER! And here's how:

  1. Kombucha helps to normalise and balance the body. Adaptogen, which is derived from plants are good sources of antioxidents which not only help to relive stress, but also provide liver protection.
  2. Kombucha aids healthy disgestion. Probiotics are abundant and that helps to promote good gut health.
  3. Kombucha contains Vitamins B and C. Vitamins B1,B6 and B12 are known to help the body fight off depression and stablise moods. Vitamin C, helps suppress the release of cotisol (a stress hormone).

Does Kombucha contain Caffeine?

Kombucha is caffeinated because the tea leaves used to make raw kombucha (black, green, white, oolong) naturally contain caffeine. Although caffeine is naturally found in kombucha, it is extremely minimal, averaging around just 15mg per serving. Some of our Made of Tea blends however, do contain added caffeine. Do read the product information, it will be listed as Tea (white, green, black, oolong). *Disclaimer - We do not recommend Kombucha for Children or Pets.

How long can I keep my ordered Kombucha for?

The Kombucha is good for 2 months in the fridge from the bottling date. The Kombucha will continue to ferment if you leave it outside of the fridge and get more sour. It is still drinkable, however we recommend refrigeration for the best flavour.

White Stuff in my Bottle?

Do not fret! Even though the Kombucha has been bottled, it does not mean all that yeasty goodness is gone! Our Raw Kombucha contains living Bacteria and Yeast and they will continue growth should the enviroment allow. This produces SCOBY (Symbiotic Colony of Bacteria and Yeasts). This is a sure sign that the Kombucha is fresh and healthy. The Scoby produced is also safe for comsumption.