Kombucha reaches new high


EAGLE, CO (July 9, 2008) – High Country Kombucha is growing and getting better than ever! We tirelessly endeavor to make the product more potent, more flavorful and more appealing.

What’s different? We have just moved into a new state of the art culturing facility in Eagle, Colorado. Purity and harmony of the cultures is our highest concern that’s why we have a new water filtration system and even more extensive air purification. We still hand craft all the herbal blends and microbrew all of our teas in small batches. Spreading the good word about health and wellness and making a positive difference in the lives of many is the way High Country was started and the way they will continue to develop.

America is waking up to a need for a revitalizing, healthy beverage and High Country is poised to fill that niche. The new bottle design is a response to this larger beverage market in which kombucha is a part. We have strived to create a more enticing look, one that is more approachable on the shelf. We have had a huge positive response thus far. There should not be a concern with drinking too much. Consumers should be able to pick it up as something delicious to have with their meal and drink the whole bottle. Therefore, the new look feels much less like medicine. It was important to find artists and designs that further emphasize the elegant look our older bottles had but with a bit more flare. The new and beautifully hand-painted labels are by graphic design artist, Daniel Kottra.

High Country Kombucha is now available at natural products stores throughout the United States. It comes in 16 oz. amber glass bottles and five delicious flavors, including Original, Aloe, Goji Berry, Wild Root and Ginger. Stay tuned for new flavors soon to come. For more information, or to order product, please visit the website at www.hckombu.com.

Kombucha is a symbiosis of beneficial bacteria and yeasts that grow and thrive off sugar and caffeine in the black tea. High Country Kombucha teas are all 100% pure, undiluted, and cultured at high elevation in the Rocky Mountains just as it was in the Himalayas over 2,000 years ago. High Country Kombucha’s teas are all unpasteurized and naturally effervescent.