I love kombucha. Kombucha is fermented and slightly fizzy fermented tea, which can be a very healthy beverage to enjoy, especially if you replace your pop with it.
Kombucha can be found at most health food stores these days, and even some regular supermarkets as well! You should only buy kombucha if it’s organic and comes in a glass bottle, because it’s a fermented food, so it’s actually alive.
Kombucha is usually found in stores, or even at farmers’ markets, but Witches’ Brew Kombucha is a store unto itself in Kensington Market, and can be found on Baldwin Street. Although they are currently in the process of moving locations, they will reopen just a few doors down in a couple of weeks.
Their kombucha is served on tap, so you can grab a cup to go, or buy a bottle to bring home. They offer 16 oz, 32 oz, and 64 oz bottles – stock up on that kombucha and enjoy it for breakfast, during the day, or serve it to guests at your next dinner party! Best of all, they have small sample cups, so you can try each kombucha before deciding which one you get – their flavours are always rotating based on what is in season and what they are in the mood to make! You can return their brown glass bottles for a refund, or just keep refilling them, without filling our landfill.
I recommend that you try Witches’ Brew – support a small local business, and enjoy their awesmazing kombucha, made on-site with organic ingredients!