13 August, 2014

Our selection of Kombucha has recently expanded. We now carry three different brands of Kombucha. One of which is made, locally in Door County, by Tapuat Brewing Co. We just received two new flavors of Kombucha from Tapuat Brewing Co. The two new selections are Lemuria and Grape Memory.


Tapuat Brewing Co. ‘s Lemuria Flavor Kombucha

Now some of you may be wondering what Kombucha is exactly. According to Tapuat Brewing Co.’s website, “Kombucha is a living cultured drink made possible by symbiotic yeasts and bacteria that grow through a process of fermentation…Traditionally, Kombucha has been an open-fermented brew containing sugar, water, tea (Camilla Sinensis), and the Mother culture.”

This enzyme-rich beverage has been around for over 2000 years and was even referred to as the  “Immortal Health Elixir” by the Chinese. Kombucha has been around for centuries but, it only made its first appeared in the United States in the 1990′s. 

There are many different flavors of Kombucha for you to try. Each one has its own distant and unique flavor. If you are looking for a Kombucha that is sweet and colorful, than Lemuria would be the perfect one for you. Lemuria is brewed with South African Rooibos, South African Honeybush, Rosehips, Black Currant, Hibiscus, Apple, Dried Pineapple and Evaporated Cane Sugar.

For those of you who are looking for a little memory boost why not try Tapuat Brewing Co.’s  newest Kombucha flavor Grape memory. This new flavor  is brewed with Rooibos, Hibiscus, Ginkgo, GotuKola, Eleuthero, and Concord Grape.

 While extensive research has not been done on the health benefits of Kombucha many drinkers of Kombucha claim that Kombucha offers many positive health benefits such as regulating metabolism, stimulating the immune-system, detoxes the body, may help prevent cancer, helps with arthritis, and aids digestion.

To learn more about Kombucha or Tapuat Brewing Co. check out their website: www.tapuatkombucha.com

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