Saba Kombucha is brewed locally in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
SCOBY stands for (Symbolic culture of bacteria and yeast) a term invented by Booch Buddy Len Porzio in the mid 1990’s. It is a thick, rubbery ingredient used in the fermentation and production of Kombucha. SCOBY is also often referred to as the culture, mother and baby.
Kombucha SCOBY is the product of the bacteria in the brew, which creates strands of cellulose that weave together. SCOBY is often referred to as the coral reef of the bacteria and yeast world.
Yes, all our Kombucha are brewed with black tea. Our ‘OG Classic’ flavour however is brewed using a combination of green and black tea
We use a range of Organic herbs, hand selected from the French herboriste
Shhh! The secret is in our recipe. What we can say though is;
We keep our Kombucha unpasteurized to keep all the probiotics and good bacteria intact. The pasteurization process kills all bacteria during the process, so you lose all of the amazing health benefits.
Probiotics are living microorganisms that restore gut flora when consumed and prebiotics are a special form of dietary fiber that acts as a fertilizer for the good bacteria in your gut. Health benefits of these include strengthening your immune system, improving digestion and protecting your body from harmful bacteria.
As it is an all-natural drink, there really is no rule! We believe to get the best benefits of the Kombucha it’s great to drink it on a daily basis. We suggest drinking 50cl to start with a day.
Most nutritionists recommend drinking Kombucha on an empty stomach or before meals for optimal digestive benefits. This can also help with the maintenance of weight or even weight loss as sour and acidic foods usually curb your appetite
Sure is! We keep it raw to keep all the probiotics and prebiotics intact and vegan friendly so everyone can enjoy it.
If you’re in the mood but there’s no need to shake! The sediment at the bottom is simply the naturally occurring yeast.
Yes, ALWAYS keep your Saba Kombucha in the fridge just like you would your milk 🙂
Why not should be the question 🙂 It’s not only jam packed with nutrients and probiotics to keep your gut, skin and energy on point, but it also tastes amazing. It can also aid in weight loss and bloating, and recent studies have shown that Kombucha can also reduce toxins in the liver.