Where does kombucha come from?
Kombucha was first documented around 220 BCE in the Tsin Dynasty in China. It was known as the "elixir of life" along with other monikers that denote its ability to positively effect the body, mind, and spirit of the drinker. Though these early brewers of kombucha were unaware of the precise reasons why this was the case, we now know that kombucha is full of probiotics and organic acids. The knowledge of its vital role in creating and maintaining a healthy life has led its ever increasing popularity around the world in the 21st century.
What is kombucha?
To put it simply, Kombucha is a fermented tea. A symbiotic colony of bacteria and yeast (SCOBY) is added to a mixture of tea, sugar, and starter from a previous kombucha batch