This is Eva, and I met her last Sunday at the Farmer's Market. I was excited to find her smiling out from the trailer with Eva's Herbucha on tap! Eva has been making kombucha for nearly a decade. She's been selling commercially for the past four years.
The idea of offering kombucha on tap makes so much sense. It reduces waste, stays fresh and is fun! Makes me think I should have a party with a keg. Eva's Herbucha is found locally at the co-ops and Whole Foods. It's also sold on tap at the Red & Black Cafe and Portobello Vegan Trattoria.
Eva's kombucha blends are based on the special properties of herbs. She uses 2 parts herb, one part tea. Eva is a licensed natural health practitioner (“Heilpraktiker”, licensed in Germany), a polarity therapist, and a reiki master.
I tried the Uplifting with lemon and ginger. I enjoyed it very much. Go here for a list of her other kombucha blends.
I'm looking forward to another cup tomorrow! I can see this will become a regular treat. I also love supporting a locally-brewed beverage and a woman small business entrepreneur.
I know that some of you have never tried kombucha. It's pretty easy to find in natural food stores these days. Here's a list of the ones I've blogged about. If you have tried kombucha, what do you think?