Kombucha: True Büch

I first came across Kombucha this summer at the Raw Eatery & Market in Kensington. Having never heard of Kombucha, Megan (one of the owners at Raw) informed me and my friend that it was a fermented black or green tea drink that promotes certain health benefits such as gut health. Thanks to my Asian roots, I’ve known many teas to be quite beneficial for your health, but fermented tea? Now that was interesting. Raw had a variety of flavours on tap that sounded much too amazing for me to pass on, so I tried my very first Kombucha drink and it tasted delicious – I wish I could tell you which flavour it was!

*Kombucha fact: Kombucha is not a recent healthy food concept; in fact, it originated in Northeastern Asia over 2,000 years ago. (I guess I was just late in finding this out.)

T_MG_0717.jpghe brand of Kombucha that I tried at Raw was a local producer: True Büch. I wanted to try more of their flavours so I proceeded to look them up and found out that they’re local! The fact that this husband-and-wife team brew their Kombucha locally made me love the product even more. I then found that a ton of local stores, shops, and yoga studios were selling their bottled drinks – in particular LIV, my now yoga studio. So when I had the chance, I made a Kombucha run and bought all three flavours that LIV had in store: the ginger (a classic), the blueberry rooibos (which is so far my fave), and the vanilla chai (Jason’s fave).

These natural, carbonated and sweet drinks are a great alternative to a hot tea drink when you want something more refreshing. On top of that, they are complete with enzymes and probiotics to boost your health and immune system. If you would like to try True Büch’s amazing Kombucha flavours, check out their many locations here! You won’t be disappointed.

In-text Photo Credit: Jason Meng Visuals.

Disclaimer: This post is not at all sponsored.

 

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