500ml Glass Bottles of Kombucha £4.50
1 Litre Glass Bottles of Kombucha £7.50
Where can I buy?
We are currently selling at:
Wantage Market. Market Place, Wantage, Oxfordshire - every Saturday of the month until 2.30pm.
Summertown Farmers Market, Oxford Every Sunday, 10am til 2pm.
PLEASE NOTE: DURING THE SECOND NATIONAL LOCKDOWN WHICH COMMENCES THURSDAY 5TH NOVEMBER 2020, UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, I WILL STILL BE ATTENDING THE ABOVE MARKETS AS FOOD STALLS WILL STILL BE PERMITTED TO TRADE. LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING YOU THERE!
Childrey Stores, High Street, Childrey, Oxfordshire OX12 9UE
Home Delivery Service
We offer a home delivery service in Wantage and the immediate local area, including villages. If you are interested in this service please send us an email and we will see if we can fit you in with our current schedule.
Due to the bespoke nature of the business we do not currently have an online shop; however we are able to put together exclusive orders and post them out to you. This may take a few days as our kombucha is raw and fresh and we may have to wait for some batches to finish! For postal orders we offer our kombucha in 1 litre food grade high density polyethylene bottles which can be safely recycled. These are sold at a cost of £6.95 per litre. Our postage is currently a flat rate of £6.95 per consignment (up to 20kg's). Simply email us your requirements and we will issue you with an invoice; once we have received your payment via bank transfer we will dispatch your kombucha as swiftly as possible - you could have your order within as little as 48 hours! We use APC as our trusted courier.
If you are not happy to have your kombucha stored in plastic bottles you can always purchase glass litre bottles from me and decant your kombucha into them. These are the old milk bottle style with twist off lids. The use of these bottles will preserve the taste of your kombucha. These can be purchased at a cost of £1.50 each, including the lid, and of course you can re-use them again and again.
At market we offer a recycling program with our clear Frescor bottles (vintage milk bottle style). One litre bottles can be returned for a £.50p refund, 750ml and 500ml bottles for a £0.25p refund and 250ml bottles for a £0.15p refund.
Want to offer our Kombucha in your Restaurant, Coffee Shop or Store?
We currently sell our Kombucha locally in small stores and cafe's. If you would like to stock our Kombucha please get in touch and request samples and a price list; we offer small attractive 250ml bottles that are the perfect size to have on your drinks menu. A great healthful alternative to an alcoholic drink and something to support a healthy gut too!
How should I store my Kombucha?
Kombucha tastes great chilled so we would recommend storing your Kombucha in a refrigerator after purchase. Kombucha is a live drink so this will slow down the fermentation process and keep your Kombucha tasting good for longer. Kombucha can of course be stored in a cool dry place for many months, but caution should be used when removing the lid when you do choose to drink it due to natural carbonation that will occur when the drink is not refrigerated. It should also be noted that Kombucha, over a long period of time, will slowly turn to vinegar, so it is best to just buy what you know you are going to be consuming within a given period of time. Freshness is key to enjoying that great Kombucha taste!
Litre bottles purchased for courier delivery come in fully recyclable PET bottles. These need to be refrigerated on receipt.
How should I drink my Kombucha?
We think Kombucha tastes best chilled, perhaps even with ice! You can also dilute your Kombucha with water or fruit juice, add it to smoothies or use it as a mixer with your favorite tipple... the sky is the limit!
What's that floating in my Kombucha?
It is not uncommon to find a jelly like substance floating in your Kombucha; this organic matter is perfectly healthy and harmless and is simply showing you that your drink is alive and well and is birthing a baby scoby! If this matter is not to your liking simply strain the kombucha using a tea strainer.
Who should not drink Kombucha?
We think everyone can benefit from Kombucha! However, if you are taking heavy medication or are pregnant, it may be wise to check with your healthcare provider that he/she is happy for you to consume this drink. Kombucha contains trace amounts of alcohol.