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FAQ

you asked, we answered.

 

WHERE CAN I BUY

ALMA + GIL?

Keep an eye out for our products, we will be popping up soon on menus in Toronto! We are currently available at Salad King, Apres Wine Bar, Bespoke Butchers on Queen St West and Dupont, El Almacen, HotBlack Coffee, Momofuku Noodle Bar, Sunshine Wholesome Market, Anti Vice Juicery, True True DinerChantecler Boucherie, Mildred's Temple Kitchen, LosCo Vegan and on tap at Village Juicery across the city!

CAN I BUY YOUR KOMBUCHA ONLINE?

Unfortunately we do not currently have an online store. You can e-mail or contact us on social media for purchasing options.

WHERE DO YOU GET YOUR TEA?

We order our tea from Camellia Sinensis in Montreal.

DO YOUR PRODUCTS NEED TO BE REFRIGERATED?

Yes! Due to the nature of kombucha and the live bacteria that produces CO2, there is pressured gas inside. By refrigerating our product it slows down the gas formation. Do not shake! Refrigerate immediately after your purchase unless consuming.

WHAT IS SCOBY?

Symbiotic Culture Of Bacteria and Yeast. The organism that eats sugars in the tea to create our delicious gut-friendly kombucha!

IS YOUR KOMBUCHA GLUTEN FREE AND DAIRY FREE?

Yes!

WHAT SHOULD I DO WITH MY EMPTY BOTTLES?

You can return it to one of the restaurants or stores that supply our product, or they can simply be recycled.

DO YOU RENT YOUR KEGS?

Yes! Especially for restaurants with a Cornelius keg system we recommend our keg rental program. Please contact us for more information.

WILL YOU HAVE MORE FLAVOURS?

Yes, we are always testing new flavours, and excited to roll out more! If you are a restaurant interested in a personalized flavour, please contact us for more information.

IS THERE ALCOHOL IN KOMBUCHA?

There are trace amounts of alcohol, possibly 0.5% or less. It is a byproduct during the kombucha process.

WHAT KIND OF SUGAR DO YOU USE?

We use organic cane sugar.

CAN I DRINK KOMBUCHA IF I'M PREGNANT?

If you were drinking kombucha before pregnancy then you would already be accustomed to it. Please consult your health care professional if you have concerns.