ALCOHOLIC

Tea Waste’s recycle

After every brew batch all loose tea leaf starts their recycle process. We use our production waste to produce compost that we use into our factories garden or donate to an agricultural college near our facilities. Our project of Old Kombucha Company starts to help the international diffusion of our Kombucha Brand, and to make …

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Kombucha: Health-Benefits

Our project of Old Kombucha Company starts to help the international diffusion of our Kombucha Brand, and to make this was really important not increase the shipping cost to maintain the price everywhere affordable. So, we’ve study for more than three years every single bacteria into our Kombucha and every fermented products to discover how …

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Ship Old Kombucha

Yes ! We ship internationally, if you are a retailer, distributor, importer or if you have a shop and you’re interested into our products, fill out our contact form / wholesale. If you would making your private label, fill out our contact form here: Private Label. Our Sales Team will be happy to answer to …

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Alcohol in Raw Kombucha?

Great question. Any type of fermentation produce a bit of ethanol. Most people don’t know that homemade kombucha has an alcohol content as high as 3%! In order to make authentic our raw kombucha and abides by alcohol rules, we’ve studied and use a production method during fermentation process who help us to monitorate alcohol …

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Is Old Kombucha Organic? How about non-GMO or Gluten Free?

Absolutly YES! All of our flavors and our ingredients are Certified Organic. In fact, we’ve selected every ingredient used into our brewery with established rules about quality, sustainability and certification. Every ingredients is also non-GMO (fundamental part of verification during organic certification process).    And lastly, there isn’t Gluten-risk in our products and into our …

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