Dreams Really Do Come True...

Dreams Really Do Come True...

Our Lavender Blackcurrant Kombucha is literally a dream come true.

It was about two years ago that Raj (our brewmaster) awoke from a dream one night with the image of two ice cold, frosted glowing bottles of OM kombucha in a fridge... One of them was our beloved and original Ginger kombucha, and the other - a purple bottle of an mysterious and unknown flavour. 

This dream began a journey for Raj, to bring this new glowing bottle into reality...

Two years later, this dream has literally come true, as we welcome our Lavender and Blackcurrant OM kombucha into the world, onto the shelves, into the kegs, and into the bellies of many around Auckland and the North Island of Aotearoa.

You may have tried the Lavender and Blackcurrant before, and there is also a chance that maybe you have never even seen it before... Stores seem to sell out pretty fast. 

This week, we have a limited time opportunity for you to get your hands on some.

Click here to get your own.

In celebration of this dream coming true, we are doing our part to possibly make your dreams come true too...

This week we have boxes of 12x750ml Lavender Blackcurrant ready to be sent dirtectly to your front door... making it easy for you to stock up on the probiotic goodness. 

For our large bottles - we can offer you 25% off a box - normally $150. That means a ridiculous price of $9.40 per 750ml bottle - which are sold in stores for  $14.

To make it even better, we'll throw in FREE shipping in Auckland.

Click here to purchase now.

One thing we love about OM kombucha is that because it is living probiotic drink, it doesn't really ever 'go off'.

Over time, the taste may change slightly as it naturally ferments, but if anything it becomes stronger in probiotics. This is great, because it means you can stock the fridge up and not have it wasted... that is of course if it will last that long without being consumed! 

Grab a box.

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