Brew Kombucha provides a naturally occurring source of Vitamin B12, plus it has as much Vitamin C as a big strawberry.  One bottle of Brew Kombucha is proven to contain more than double the amount of Vitamin B12 that your body needs for the day.  Vitamin B12 is what is often lacking in vegetarian or vegan diets, and it is the vitamin that gives you energy and keeps you feeling lekker.  

The probiotic span, occurs as it would in nature, varying as to quantity and strains. This is easier for the body to assimilate in micro doses.  

Good probiotic rich Kombucha can't be made properly without sugar, because the culture needs it.  So thats why we use such high grade organic stuff.  Much of the sugar is consumed during the process of fermentation and because every bottle has a living culture, the sugar content will continue to drop.  However, have you ever had a bottle of some other Kombucha that tasted like vinegar?  That happens when the recipe isn't right, and too much sugar has been eaten up, turning the Kombucha sour. That is far too acidic and probably not good for you in large quantities.  

We know that just because it's good for you, doesn't mean it has to taste bad - right?  Good Kombucha tastes amazing.  It's a delicate balance that we have mastered. 

Have a look at the table to see more. 

Typical Nutritional information

Nutrient Per 100ml
Energy 115 KJ
Protein <0.3 g
Carbohydrate 7.1 g
of which total sugar* ≤5.6 g
Total fat <0.1 g
of which saturated fat <0.1 g
Dietary fibre <0.5 g
Total Sodium <5 mg
Vitamin C 3.4 mg
(12.4 % RDA per 330ml bottle)
Vitamin B12 1.7 μg
(233.3 % RDA per 330ml bottle)
pH 3

*At time of bottling, sugars continually decrease due to fermentation.

This is a raw, unpasteurised fermentation, which is likely to contain a broad span of naturally-occurring probiotics.

NB: Because Brew Kombucha is not pasteurized, it needs to be stored in a cold or refrigerated environment.