GINGER CLEANSE KOMBUCHA // Organic Ginger, Lemon Zest, Cayenne Powder

Familiar as a spice and flavoring, ginger is also widely revered for its medicinal abilities. Its warming and anti-inflammatory properties offer particular relief from nausea. We hand-chop our ginger and blend it with a touch of lemon and cayenne to kick up the warmth a notch. After taking that first sip, you’ll find yourself craving our ginger kombucha, so it’s offered year round and sold in cans.

Distribution: ME, MA

Root Wild Blueberry Boost Kombucha

BLUEBERRY BOOST KOMBUCHA // Wild Maine Blueberries, Lemon Thyme, Echinacea Root

Perhaps the biggest rival lobster has, blueberries are an iconic symbol of Maine, where 44,000 acres of wild blueberries thrive along the coast. Despite their distinct tiny size, these hardy little berries pack a memorable punch, with their perfect sweetness and powerful dose of antioxidants. If you try to eat a blueberry before it’s ripe, beware – it will create quite a pucker! Fortunately, our blueberry kombucha, balanced with lemon thyme and immune boosting echinacea,  is consistently delicious year round.

Distribution: ME, MA

VANILLA ROOIBOS GROUNDED // Rooibos Tea, White Oak, Ashwaganda Root

After you impress your friends by effortlessly pronouncing rooibos (roibäs), you can also inform them that this South African tea is loaded with antioxidants. Next, you might casually mention the seemingly endless benefits of ashwagandha, the anxiety fighting adaptogen that alleviates stress and promotes rest. Rounded out with mellow vanilla and smoky toasted oak chips, the grounding effect of our vanilla rooibos kombucha is perfect to share with friends (that is, if you manage to save any).

Distribution: ME, MA

Root Wild Mint Refresh Kombucha

MINT REFRESH // Nettle, Guayasa

Guayusa tea, which hails from the Amazon rainforest, provides clean energy without an unexpected drop or jitters. Our mint kombucha kicks up guayusa tea a notch by blending it with the invigorating flavors of spearmint and peppermint. We round out this stimulating blend with cleansing, nutrient-dense nettle. Mint kombucha is the ideal pick-me-up whenever you need something refreshing, whether you’re starting your day at the office or midway through a hike!

Distribution: ME, MA


Ahh, grapefruit. So unassuming and modest, but the most popular in the group nonetheless. Let us count the ways we love you… You never fail to amaze with your incredible blend of citrusy mosaic hops and hibiscus, which lends itself to your rosy glow. You may be a bit tart, but always the right amount. How is it that you manage to win over even the most apprehensive of booch samplers? We may never know your secrets, but that’s okay (as long as you’re always on draft and in cans).

Distribution: ME, MA



Everyone loves sushi. What most people don’t realize is that the wasabi and ginger served alongside their sushi often rests atop a humble purple shiso leaf. On its own in our kombucha, this Japanese herb  shines, providing a refreshingly dry palate cleanser. Our shiso, which is part of the mint family, grows in the East End Community Gardens, giving it the best view of the Casco Bay.


HOPPED // Cascade Hops

Hops exist outside of beer? They do! And they are incredibly bright and citrusy in our hopped kombucha, which contains a blend of Mosaic and Cascade Hops. In addition to their gentle sedative effect, the bitterness of hops can also stimulate digestion. The Cascade Hops are grown right here on the hill!



Every peach lover knows how painfully short the season is.  Once you’ve experienced the juicy nectar of a perfectly ripe peach running down your arms on a warm summer day,  a dry and mealy peach becomes incomparably offensive. Revive your stone fruit fantasies with our peach kombucha, which will transport you back to the dreamy dog days of summer. Our peaches are from trees in the West End.



Why let wine have all the fun ? We capture the crispness and regal hue of Concord grapes picked after a frost in our frost grape kombucha. Grown here in Portland, the grapes have an unforgettable jammy flavor.  



The bushes with vibrant pink flowers, or rosa rugosa, dotting the Maine coastline are also known as beach roses. Sailors used to ward off scurvy by eating the rosehips, which contain 900% of the recommended daily value of Vitamin C. Their delicate floral aroma is preserved in our beach rose kombucha, a favorite of both locals and tourists.  



If an apple and pear fell in love, the ensuing result would be quince. A hard fruit from a deciduous tree,  quince is often processed into jellies that are popular on cheese boards. In kombucha, it has a pleasantly mild flavor similar to apricot. Our quince were grown with love on a family orchard in the foothills of the Berkshires.



Yes, you read that right. Coffee kombucha is here and its zippy tanginess will wake you up in no time. We start with our standard base kombucha, infusing a smaller batch with fresh roasted Tandem coffee beans midway through the fermentation process. The final product is the best of both worlds: punchy and caffeinated.



Unmuddled by strawberries or pastry crust, this locally grown rhubarb proves itself to be lively and zesty flying solo in kombucha. Not only is rhubarb tasty, but it contains a healthy dose of Vitamin K, which can aid in bone health.



If you happen to drive past Maxwell Farm in Cape Elizabeth at the end of June, you will be bombarded with the intoxicating aroma of ripe juicy strawberries. This perfume will no doubt draw you in, luring you to the rows and rows of highly anticipated berries. The sunburn you may get as you frantically pick as many berries as you can carry will be worth it, because strawberry season will be over before you know it. If you missed out on this brief window of time, do not despair: our rosy pink strawberry kombucha is second only to a sun-warmed berry.



Ever felt nostalgic for some root beer, the preferred drink of childhood, only to take a sip and remember that it’s filled with corn syrup and artificial colors and who knows what else? We’ve got you covered with our winter roots kombucha,  a take on root beer that contains none of the junk, but instead is uniquely flavored with foraged winter green, sassafras, sarsaparilla, ashwagandha, chaga, burdock root, fennel, and ginger.



Cranberry bogs are an iconic part of New England’s history. The tiny jewel toned berries, native to North America, are also part of holiday traditions across the country. Not only are cranberries cleansing, but they are also packed with antioxidants. Our cranberry kombucha glows with