When we talk about fresh Kombucha; we mean Kombucha that has been bottled straight from a natural fermentation, delivered to you, the consumer as quickly as possible, to be refrigerated for a shelf life of 7 days.
When we talk about raw Kombucha; we mean Kombucha that has not been pasteurised or filtered in any way shape or form. You can see this as raw Kombucha will often form a light sediment within the bottle (which by the way is totally normal, natural & fine to consume).
When we talk about natural Kombucha; we always make our Kombucha without any nasty surprises. Our Kombucha will never contain unnatural flavourings, extra sugars or preservatives. Our Kombucha contains only the ingredients needed; Green Tea, Sugar, & Live Kombucha Cultures.
Of course, the freshest Kombucha possible is the Kombucha you can make at home! We have Kombucha Starter Kits available for delivery anywhere in the UK, to suit everyone … which also make great, unique, health-inspiring gifts too! Shop our range of Kombucha Starter Kits here.
We know this option doesn’t appeal to everyone, and so we are pleased to announce that if it’s fresh Kombucha that you want, then we are your best next option to home-made! Shop the Fresh Kombucha options here.
Our Kombucha must be kept refrigerated until served, and we recommend it is consumed within 7 days. We advise daily servings of between 50 – 100ml, first thing in the morning.
The “try before you buy” offer from us is a 300ml bottle, which is enough for 3 – 6 daily servings! This is a great starting point, for anyone who has never experienced a raw, fresh, totally natural Kombucha, and is so often described as, “the most delicious Kombucha I have ever tried” … and it’s packed out with health benefits too!
We also have a fresh Kombucha delivery service available to customers in the area local to Bournemouth, which include free delivery on Monday mornings, ready to get each new week off to a powerful start!
Click here to book your delivery for the next Monday. Please note this option has very limited stock, and is run on a first-come-first-serve basis.