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We’re passionate about the benefits of kombucha, so we’ve started this blog to share ideas, thoughts, articles, recipes and much more! 

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Thursday, 12 September 2013 14:32

Grab-and-Go! Kombucha

We've been producing authentic hand-crafted kombucha tea for a little over ten years.

While GO! Kombucha has undergone several name changes in its evolution - Boathouse Kombucha and Gaia's Organic Kombucha to name two - one constant is the 750ml bottle size, intended for customers to take home and drink at leisure (we recommend new customers to enjoy just 125ml a day for 6 days to allow the body to adapt to kombucha tea's revitalizing properties; therefore a 750ml bottle serves as an introductory course. Thereafter to drink up to three glasses spread throughout the day).

not your conventional soft drink!

But what became increasingly evident from in store samplings across London was that many people were wanting to enjoy GO! Kombucha on the move. Inevitably requests for smaller size “grab-and-go” bottles became routine, and growing awareness of kombucha tea in the UK and the constant fine-tuning of GO! Kombucha itself enabled us, finally, to expand and branch out into the on-the-go market earlier this year

Our new 250ml bottles continue the 125ml serving trend - ideal for drinking throughout the day - for example half a bottle in the morning and half in the afternoon - as opposed to all in one go as with conventional grab-and-go drinks. We are delighted that customers have responded so positively to our elegant new GO! Kombucha flavours launched in May - China White and Golden Yunnan, each selected for their sophisticated and contrasting flavours - and with the speed at which kombucha tea is now “mainstreaming” in the UK!

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Thursday, 12 September 2013 14:29

Drink of the raw foodies

The more health conscious among us recognize how raw – uncooked and unprocessed – foods make us feel vibrant, energized and full of life.

That’s because such foods are replete with life itself; that is, live nutrients and enzymes naturally found in whole foods that have not been industrialized and stripped of their radiant and revitalizing properties; as opposed to heavily-processed foods which have had such micronutrients zapped and cooked out of them.

It was Hippocrates who said “Let food be your medicine, and medicine be your food,” and in an age when people are waking up in their millions and realizing you really are what you eat it remains a reassuring fact that kombucha tea is well-regarded by raw foodie communities everywhere as the raw drink of choice!

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