Six-Pack Delivery

We have paired up with Market Wagon to be able to deliver six-pack all across West Michigan! Our kombucha-delivery ranges across following:

  • Kent County
  • Ottawa County
  • Muskegon County 
  • Allegan County
  • Barry County
  • Van Buren County
  • Kalamazoo County

Market Wagon is an online farmers market, so you can browse a bunch of other delicious, local, West Michigan made produce that you don’t get in the big grocery stores. 

Save yourself a trip to the grocery store and spread the delivery fee over a few items!

Join Our Kombucha Club

Where you get the most bang for your buck!

Visit Us & Local Retailers

Every Saturday at the Muskegon Farmers Market

Wholesale Pricing & Offerings

Wholesale prices are available to businesses

What is in Kombucha?

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Packed with Vitamin B & C

Kombucha contains both Vitamins B and C which provides a boost to vitality, this helps you feel naturally rejuvenated and energized
Pouring zenned out kombucha into a glass

Rich in Antioxidants

Polyphenols are found in green tea. They are powerful antioxidants, that can prevent or reverse damage in your cells.
off-center zenned out kombucha bottle next to a glass

Probiotics & Acetic Acid

Probiotics help your body’s natural bacteria do their job, while acetic acid can kill harmful bacteria that has entered your gut.

A Brief History of Kombucha

Kombucha is over 9,000 years old. It is believed to have originated in China, as a holistic health remedy. Its probiotic cultures are considered adaptogens, which means they are unique compared to other probiotics. 

So why has kombucha recently become a commonly enjoyed beverage? To answer that, we have to go back to the beginning of the start of the 20th Century. At that point in time kombucha was a popular drink across Eastern Europe because of its health benefits and its low freezing temperature. Then WWI began. Tea and sugar became rationed and the amount of kombucha being made decreased dramatically. 

As if this wasn’t enough to suppress public supply and demand of kombucha, the Cold War began shortly after. The biggest researcher and producer of Kombucha at that time was Russia. They valued the medicinal effects of kombucha so highly that in order to stop it reaching the Western World they destroyed vast amounts of the research that they had conducted. This again led to a massive decrease in the supply for kombucha. 

The destruction of the research had its desired effect. Kombucha was widely forgotten about again until around 1990, when some of the current industry leaders began their brewing operations. 

Nowadays, it is difficult to find a supermarket that does not stock the effervescent tea on their shelves. Harder still is finding a better bottle of kombucha than one of ZOK’s.