Since the launch of Kombuchaluv’s brand of deliciously healthy fermented tea beverages over two years ago, it has been showing up everywhere. Now, it’s available in Centralia.
Made up of CEO Virginia Rector, product ambassador Talia Manu, and brewmaster Darnell Jones, the company recently had its soft opening on July 1.
The product, made with Moringa oleifera tea and combined with locally produced fruit for flavors like English lavender blueberry nectar, mango nectar, tart cherry, and blueberry pomegranate root ginger, has live probiotics and supports several health benefits.
Besides finding them at just about every farmers market between Seattle and Olympia, the team has worked tirelessly keeping the brand stocked at QFC stores in the region as well as Metropolitan Market, Marlene’s Market & Deli, and restaurants like L & L Hawaiian Barbecue.
Several local breweries are also serving it up as the kombucha mixes really well in many specialty cocktails.
The opening of the all-new Kombuchaluv Taphouse is the next big venture.
It is situated in Centralia near some restaurants like Burrito Bros, Quesadilla Factory, and Tiki Taphouse. The KombuchaLuv Taphouse, with its large outdoor patio and indoor seating, brings a healthy alternative and relaxed vibe to the area.
Stop by the 1536 Grand Avenue location, or find products at local markets. A grand opening of the indoor space is slated for August, but the outdoor patio area is open Tuesday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.