“This is definitely a big step in that direction,” McCoy said.
The new blends—Gold Light, Green Jasmine, Loco, and Blueberry White—are available in 16-ounce cans at Terra Organic and Natural Foods, all Haggen locations in Whatcom and Skagit County, and both Community Food Co-op locations in Bellingham.
Select blends will also rotate on tap at Kombucha Town’s brewery at 1155 N. State St.(Herald Building) Suite 603, the Mt. Baker Ski Area, The Green Frog, Brandywine Kitchen, Elizabeth Station, Greene’s Corner in Whatcom County and the Woolley Market in Skagit County, according to a press release.
Previously, Kombucha Town tea was only available bottled in three flavors: Signature, Gold and Gold Light. Signature is brewed with black tea, Gold is brewed with ginger ale, Green Jasmine blend is brewed with jasmine green tea, the Loco blend is brewed with Amazonian guayusa tea, and the Blueberry White blend is brewed with white tea and blueberry juice.
The teas are all organic and fair trade.
Kombucha is a sweet tea fermented with a live culture of yeast and bacteria. It’s slightly caffeinated, fizzy, and has a small amount of alcohol from the fermentation process.