Kombucha is a delicious probiotic tea, alive and bursting with beneficial bacteria, vitamins, amino acids & antioxidants.
An ancient elixir, Kombucha originated over 2000 years ago in Ancient Asia. Since then it has been revered for its immune boosting properties. It is often referred to as the Tea of Immortality because of its revitalising effects.
With its bold tangy taste, containing living culture strands, Zooka Health Co’s kombucha is naturally carbonated, bursting with natural amino acids, enzymes and antioxidants. And…it’s for real!
It’s slow brewed, in small batches creating an authentic, best tasting Kombucha that’s bottled in glass, not plastic. It’s 100% raw, vegan, non-GMO, gluten free with absolutely no artificial flavours or additives.
Zooka Kombucha is brewed using authentic Kombucha brewing principles.
Kombucha tea is made using a mother culture or scoby (Symbiotic Colony of bacteria and yeast) The Kombucha culture is added to a sweet tea brew. This brew is then carefully fermented under specific conditions for up to two weeks.
The kombucha is then bottled, raw and unfiltered, and allowed to naturally carbonate in the bottles (just the way nature intended). Once conditioning is complete the bottles are moved to the fridge where they will stay until they are consumed.
How to Use Kombucha
Kombucha is a great natural energy drink for a midday energy boost. It’s also effective as a post-workout drink and a wonderfully natural alternative to alcohol. In fact, kombucha is a delicious, energising & healthy drink for everyone and any occasion!
Try it as a healthy mixer with spirits and as an additive to cocktails – this is very on trend worldwide.
It’s kombucha’s versatility that makes it an all-round brilliant beverage to have on hand in your fridge.
Zooka Health Co’s Kombucha comes in 330ml glass bottles in 4 flavours:
Kombucha must always be refrigerated and has a shelf life of between 10-12months kept at 4’C. Do not shake!
Please note: while kombucha is considered to be a non-alcoholic drink, it may contain trace amounts of naturally occurring alcohol.