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, 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