Ｑ：What does Zestea Kombucha taste like？
Ａ：Every Bottle of Zestea Kombucha is crafted from the finest ingredients that are carefully local sourced to delivery a smooth, zesty taste from your first to the last sip.
Ｑ：Why Drink Zestea Kombucha？
Ａ：Zestea Kombucha is freshly made locally in Yilan, Taiwan, brew with Taiwan local organic black tea and herbs that is satisfying to both your tastebuds and your gut! Over 95% ingredients are organic and we strive to support local farms and businesses. And of course, Zestea is raw and free of preservatives!
Ｑ：How often should I drink Kombucha？
Ａ：Kombucha is a food, not a drug or a supplement. So there is no “right” amount or “wrong” amount to drink. Drink as much as makes you feel good! There is no rule here.
Ｑ：When should I drink Kombucha？
Ａ：Anytime you want! For those who suffer from indigestion, you can drink while eating or after.
Ｑ：Does Kombucha Expire？
Ａ：Yes, Kombucha will go bad, but not in the same way as other foods. Because Kombucha is a fermented beverage with a low pH it has an extremely long shelf life. However, it is recommended to drink Kombucha within 8 months of shelf life to ensure freshness.
Ｑ：Can I drink hot Kombucha？
Ａ：Heating Kombucha will kill off the live bacteria and yeasts within it which will limit some of the added benefit you will receive by drinking Kombucha. We suggest you can take it out of the fridge and wait a bit before drinking.
Ｑ：Kombucha must be refrigerated？
Ａ：Because Zestea Kombucha is unpasterurized, if room temperature over 25 degree it will continue to ferment. To ensure your Kombucha quality, please put it in the fridge once received.
Ｑ：I have something flow in my Kombucha, Yuck？
Ａ：Kombucha is a fermented food, in fermentation the culture of probiotics like to form a cellulose matrix. At Zestea, we try hard to filter that our before we bottle it, but sometimes the SCOBY can make it through. This is a totally natural part of the brew, and no indicative of anything foul or bad.
Ｑ：Is there caffeine in Kombucha？
Ａ：There is caffeine in Zestea Kombucha because they are made from tea. However, the caffeine in Kombucha is much lower than one cup of tea.