ASSAM

 

Assam is a hearty black tea indigenous to the wilderness of Assam in North Eastern India. It  is traditionally used to make Masala chai.

Assam plantations operate on Tea Garden Time, a special time zone created to take advantage of the unusually early sunrise in the region.

It produces a malty kombucha with notes of caramel, smoke, and blackcurrant.

 

Filtered water, organic raw cane sugar, kombucha culture, loose leaf Assam tea

TIEGUANYIN

 

Tieguanyin, also known as Iron Goddess of Mercy, is a premium variety of Chinese oolong tea.

It is grown in the Anxi region of Fujian Province where it is  harvested four times a year, in line with the seasons.

It produces kombucha with a honeysuckle fragrance, floral taste, and a slightly astringent “green tea” finish.

 

 Filtered water, organic raw cane sugar, kombucha culture, loose leaf Tieguanyin tea

COTA (caffeine free)

 

Cota, also known as Navajo Tea and greenthread, is a wild-grown herb from Northern New Mexico. 

 

It is traditionally used to treat fever and stomach issues, and also serves as a dye for textiles and baskets.

 

It produces a bright, golden kombucha with notes of pine, cucumber, and rosewater.

Filtered water, organic raw cane sugar, kombucha culture, Cota twigs and flowers