BUFFALO, N.Y. (PRWEB) March 28, 2018
Bootleg Bucha recently began offering their very popular kombucha in additional Wegmans across New York and Pennsylvania. You can find cranberry grape, blueberry lavender, ginger, hibiscus lime, hurricane (winter seasonal), and pomegranate at the following Wegmans locations: Johnson City, Ithaca, Corning, Elmira, Pittsford, Hornell, Harrisburg, Wilkes-Barre, Scranton, State College, Williamsport, Allentown, Bethlehem & Easton in addition to existing stores throughout Buffalo and Eri, Pa area.
Kombucha is a fermented tea that originated in East Asia over 2,000 years ago. It was known for healing properties and called the tea of immortality. Kombucha is a favorite health drink offering a natural way to obtain probiotics, antioxidants, vitamins and enzymes.
Bootleg Bucha has created a refreshing, low-sugar beverage that is lightly carbonated and full of naturally occurring probiotics. Our kombucha is made with a special blend of green and black teas. After the tea is brewed, organic cane sugar and a SCOBY (Symbiotic Colony of Bacteria and Yeast) are added to initiate the fermentation process. After a few weeks, the fermented tea is flavored using juices and herbs and then bottled. Bootleg Bucha is a raw product; we never compromise the good bacteria by pasteurizing our kombucha. Containing probiotics, digestive enzymes, vitamin B, amino acids and antioxidants, our kombucha is great on its own or mixed with spirits to put a healthier twist on cocktails.
The benefits of drinking kombucha include:
Digestion– Good for ulcers, heartburn, and overall digestion due to beneficial bacteria from probiotics.
Joint Care– Contains glucosamine, which increases synovial hyalurnic acid production. Hylurnic acid is responsible for the lubrication and flexibility in joints. Also supports healthy collagen production.
Detoxification– Glucuronic acid is beneficial to the liver, it binds toxins and helps to excrete them.
Energy– Includes B vitamins that increase energy, while acetic acid and polyphenols boost the metabolism.
For the latest list of store locations, visit BootlegBucha.com.
About Bootleg Bucha: Bootleg Bucha began in 2015 when it’s founders; Jeff Empric, Heather Lucas and Todd Salansky started sharing their home brewed kombucha with friends and family. After positive feedback they moved the operation out of Jeff and Heather’s kitchen. They began brewing and selling kombucha in a 400 square foot shared kitchen facility. After multiple expansions, Bootleg now produces out of a 10,000 square foot facility and can be found in over 140 locations across the Northeast. Bootleg is currently the largest producer in New York State and among the largest in the Northeast. For more details, visit BootlegBucha.com.