Aqua ViTea Kombucha Might Be Your Next Fave Spring Beverage

Aqua ViTea assortment. Image courtesy Aqua ViTea
Aqua ViTea assortment. Image courtesy Aqua ViTea /

Kombucha lovers, have you tried Aqua ViTea yet? If not, it’s time that you did! Kombucha has gained popularity in recent years, as many people believe it helps with gut health. For those that may be unfamiliar with the beverage, kombucha is made by combining a SCOBY (Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeast) with a sugar and tea mixture that then ferments over a period of time. The result is a naturally fizzy drink that is both tangy, sweet, and filled with probiotics.

Aqua ViTea had its beginnings in a Vermont farmhouse in 2007, when Jeff Weaber and his wife started brewing kombucha and selling it at local farmers markets. He now has a company of 30 employees and Aqua ViTea can be found in stores throughout the country!

Aqua ViTea Kombucha is a healthier beverage option!

When you purchase AquaViTea you can feel good that you are supporting a brand that values sustainability.  According to a press release email we received:

"“Sustainability is the at the forefront of the brand’s ethos:Regenerative Agriculture: Aqua ViTea composts the nutrient-dense organic green and black tea used in their brewing process which is used to support local agriculture in Vermont.Carbon Neutral Contribution: Aqua ViTea’s wastewater is utilized in an anaerobic digester project that combines cow manure and food waste to create Renewable Natural Gas for Middlebury College, one of the nation’s first carbon neutral campuses. They contribute over 72k pounds a year.Upcyling: Aqua ViTea’s Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeast is nurtured and proliferated for several generations. They also use alcohol extracted from their Kombucha to create other exciting beverage innovations.Tea Sourcing: Aqua ViTea partners with StoneLeaf Teahouse, a local supplier whose founder personally travels abroad each year to develop long-term partnerships and verify the highest-quality standards with the tea gardens that produce their organic green and black tea.”"

I’m very impressed with Aqua ViTea’s different varieties of kombucha that they sell. Pineapple Lemonade, Strawberry Sage, Hibiscus Ginger Lime and Turmeric Sunrise are just some of the fun flavors available. Depending on the variety, the kombucha is available in bottles, cans, and on draft (with reusable bottles). And look at how bright and colorful the packaging is!

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Aqua ViTea assortment. Image courtesy Aqua ViTea /

Besides traditional kombucha, Aqua ViTea has expanded their product line to include CBD Green Tea (current flavors include Chaga Chai and Green Tea) and After Glow. After Glow is a hard kombucha with flavors that include Cherry Sour, Citrus Rush, Apricot Dream and Ginger Blue.

Check this store locator to see where you can find Aqua ViTea kombucha. They are available near me in Stop & Shop and Hannaford stores but are also available at Whole Foods and Bristol Farms. 16 oz. bottles retail for $3.99 and 12 oz. cans retail for $2.99.

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Guilty Eaters, have you tried kombucha? Have you heard of this brand before? What flavor Aqua ViTea are you interested in trying? Let us know in the comments below.