FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What does Kombucha taste like?
Kombucha is a cultured beverage, so it does have a tangy taste similar to sparkling apple cider and slighty sweet. Depending on the added flavours, it can even taste fruity, floral, spicy or herbaceous.
What makes Kombucha taste like apple cider vinegar?
The vinegar taste comes from production of organic acids during the conversion of alcohol by bacteria. As these acids are synthesized, the Kombucha becomes more bitter flavor as ferment progresses.
Does Kombucha detox your body?
Kombucha contains two billion living probiotics that help to aid in natural detoxification. Gluconic acid which is found in Kombucha as well as in fruits and veggies, bind to toxins to help expel them from the body.
Does Kombucha help you lose weight?
These probiotics can improve many aspects of health, including digestion and weight loss. Adding Kombucha to your diet help break down and digest food. They also help create nutrients and vitamins for the body use.
Is it OK to drink Kombucha everyday?
Everyone tends to have different amounts of probiotics they need in a day, we suggest drinking one Kombucha (350ml) a day can lead to a healthier gut. Probiotics are often called "good" or "helpful" bacteria because they help keep your gut healthy, improve digestion and boost your immunity.
What happens when you start drinking Kombucha?
Kombucha may cause unpleasant digestive symptoms, while most people do not experience side effects. The most commonly reported reaction is a temporary increase in gas and bloating, and even improves their bowel movements. These probiotics help to break down food and even work down the hydrogen gas that is produced during digestion.
What are the floaties in my Kombucha?
These are strands of healthy culture! It's actually a SCOBY which stands for "Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeast". The little jellies are condensed forms of the probiotic cultures completely safe to ingest.
Why is my Kombucha fizzy?
Kombucha is a slightly sour, fizzy beverage made from sweetened black tea that has been fermented through a process that involves both yeast like beer or sparkling wine.
Who can drink Kombucha?
Everyone of all ages can enjoy our Kombucha! Kombucha is a fermented tea that has been consumed for thousands of years. Kombucha is rich in beneficial probiotics and also contains antioxidants, which can kill harmful bacteria and may help fight several diseases. We don't recommend Kombucha to anyone under two years old. For geneural rule, kids age three and up can drink 30ml on a daily basis.
Can Kombucha be consumed during pregnancy?
It is generally accepted that women should not introduce anything new to their system during pregnancy. Therefore, we always advise consulting with your doctor.
How do I store my Kombucha?
Because Kombucha is a raw living food, always keep it in the refrigerator (1-4°C) for up to three months. Once opened, Kombucha will start to lose its fizz. It is recommended to consume it within a week after opening and always keep it refrigerated. Additionally, Kombucha should always be stored upright and never on its side.
Can I shake my Kombucha?
Do not shake the bottle. If shaken, an overflow can occur due to the natural effervescence. To mix the sediment, we recommend tilting the bottle gently back and forth.
Can I drink Kombucha after its expiration date?
We advise to consume our Kombucha either on or before the date printed on the bottle.