Apple Blossom Kombucha Co.
What is Kombucha
and why drink it
Kombucha contains a symbiotic colony of bacteria and yeast. Providing your gut with living probiotics.
Kombucha was discovered thousands of years ago and is often referred to as the "ancient health elixir"
Kombucha is a fermented tea that has been consumed for thousands of years. Not only does it have the same health benefits as tea — it's also rich in beneficial probiotics
Low in Sugar
Although sugar is used in the initial stage of Kombucha brewing, the fermenting period converts the sugar into beneficial enzymes and acids like probiotics, something your body knows/thrives on.
kombucha has approximately 4-6 grams of fermented sugar per 8oz glass. All of the flavorings we use are from the actual fruits, vegetables and herbs! Many other kombucha companies flavor with purees, juices, or concentrates, resulting in higher sugar content.
Low in Caffine
While kombucha is made with caffeinated green or black tea, the amount of caffeine drops substantially after the fermentation process. Kombucha has an approximate average of 2-10oz of caffeine per 16oz glass.
There are trace amounts of alcohol present in some Kombucha because it is the natural byproduct of fermentation. The alcohol acts as a natural preservative and protects the brew from harmful microorganisms. Much like the trace amounts of alcohol present in unpasteurized fruit juice. The alcohol found in Kombucha is similar, its non-inebriating.