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What are the benefits of Kombucha?

Kombucha is an ancient fermented tea drink that's hard to describe until you taste it. Kombucha benefits your mind, body and overall health. You feel the first benefit of drinking kombucha immediately: the taste. It’s...

Is kombucha alcoholic? How much does it contain?

Yes, there is alcohol in Kombucha, but only a trace. It’s a natural part of the brewing process and will be present in any authentic 'booch. But why is alcohol present? What's the alcoholic content...

Why we're B Corp and what it means

The B Corp movement is gaining momentum in the UK, and with nearly 2000 companies now certified, it's likely you’ve started to see their logo popping up on more of your favourite products. When we...

Exploring the distinction between chilled and ambient kombucha

Before exploring this distinction, let's remind ourselves that kombucha is fermented tea. To make it, a SCOBY (Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeast) is added to sweetened tea which drives the fermentation process, resulting in...

A deep dive into the Y in SCOBY

Welcome to our second SCOBY session, looking at Yeast. In case you haven’t read our first spotlight on bacteria - SCOBY is an acronym for Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeast. It is the fermentation...

Spotlight: SCOBY and Bacteria

We asked our head brewer, Matt, to explain the mysterious role of the SCOBY in kombucha. SCOBY is an acronym for Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeast. It is the fermentation starter that turns tea,...