Seek North Kombucha

Seek North Kombucha

New York Premium Organic Kombucha

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Kingston, NY

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Seek North Kombucha

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8606708535

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Seek North is a local, New York-based premium kombucha company. We emphasize the importance of feeling good and being healthy and intentional in a holistic sense, which is why we are certified organic and use only premium organic ingredients. Each batch is brewed the traditional way (not pasteurized, not diluted, and with no added sugars in the second fermentation).

Seek North had their first big opportunity in 2018 when Co-Founder Julian Lesser offered some extra kombucha to a client of his—the Director of Digital Marketing at Dean & DeLuca. In a fortuitous turn of events, some of that kombucha ended up in the hands of the beverage buyer. A partnership was born, and soon there were about two dozen flavors of their product on tap at every Dean & DeLuca location in NYC. Within a few months, three definite fan favorites emerged, and those ended up bottled and on the shelves. Those same three flavors are now available through over 200 retailers all over New York State and the Northeast.

Seek North Kombucha is filled with living, vibrant energy.  We are here to help you thrive, be healthy, and live with awareness and appreciation... and of course to share our love of where we live. We hope you enjoy Seek North Kombucha just as much as we love making it.

Ah yes, kombucha—the fabled fermented elixir of the 21st-century health nut. With its probiotic-boosting, immune-reinforcing qualities, and its slightly acrid yet addictive effervescence, ‘booch has found a broad market with everyone from kindergarten teachers to hungover Millennials and middle-aged dads. Chronogram 2019
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Frequently Asked Questions

Is there added sugar in your kombucha? 

We brew our kombucha the traditional way, with no added sugars. The fermentation process ends up metabolizing a great deal of the sugar that naturally occurs in teas, making our kombuchas even lower in sugar than the tea bases we begin with. All kombucha typically has between 7 to 9 grams of sugar in a 14 oz bottle, see individual nutritional panels for exact content.

 

Does my kombucha need to be refrigerated?

Yes. Kombucha needs to be refrigerated. If left out it can become more vinegary and it will continue to ferment. Similar to shaking a soda bottle, leaving a bottle of kombucha unrefrigerated for too long will build a lot of CO2 content.

 

What’s the ideal temperature for kombucha?

Kombucha should be stored at 35-40º F.

 

Is Seek North pasteurized?

Kombucha is a fermented beverage that is most commonly consumed raw (unpasteurized). We don’t pasteurize our kombucha so we can protect the probiotics and nutrients in a living form. Unpasteurized and raw means that our product is not subject to pasteurization via heat or chemical means.

 

I have some kombucha with expired “Best by dates”. Is it still good?

Yes. Kombucha won’t go bad and will continue to ferment and become more vinegary as time passes. You’ll notice the flavors become more dry and vinegary but it still packs all that probiotic goodness. Extending it's shelf life also means that the product can experience slight shifts in ethanol as the fermentation process continues in the bottle. If you are concerned about higher levels of alcohol in the kombucha then keep to the best buy dates printed on the bottles.

 

There’s something floating on top of my kombucha, should I drink it?

That floating thing is a Scoby (symbiotic colony of yeast and bacteria), which guarantees that our product is 100% raw and unpasteurized. It’s basically a super-concentrated solid form of kombucha. If you’re a hard core booch drinker you’ll chug this little floater but if you’re a novice, feel free to discard it.


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FREE DELIVERY within Kingston, Woodstock, Rhinebeck, Red Hook, Stone ridge, Accord, New Paltz and other locations throughout the Central Hudson Valley.* *REQUIREMENTS Please note we are currently only offering this promotion to residential zip codes- 12401, 12402, 12466, 12443, 12433, 12498, 12491, 12472, 12486, 12440, 12484, 12404, 12561, 12429, 12419, 12487, 12449, 12515, 12528, 12477, 12572, 12507, 12571, 12583, 12409, and 12471. * Orders placed by Wednesday, 5pm EST of each week are available for delivery the same Friday of that week. All orders placed after deadline will be delivered the following Friday.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is there added sugar in your kombucha? 

We brew our kombucha the traditional way, with no added sugars. The fermentation process ends up metabolizing a great deal of the sugar that naturally occurs in teas, making our kombuchas even lower in sugar than the tea bases we begin with. All kombucha typically has between 7 to 9 grams of sugar in a 14 oz bottle, see individual nutritional panels for exact content.

 

Does my kombucha need to be refrigerated?

Yes. Kombucha needs to be refrigerated. If left out it can become more vinegary and it will continue to ferment. Similar to shaking a soda bottle, leaving a bottle of kombucha unrefrigerated for too long will build a lot of CO2 content.

 

What’s the ideal temperature for kombucha?

Kombucha should be stored at 35-40º F.

 

Is Seek North pasteurized?

Kombucha is a fermented beverage that is most commonly consumed raw (unpasteurized). We don’t pasteurize our kombucha so we can protect the probiotics and nutrients in a living form. Unpasteurized and raw means that our product is not subject to pasteurization via heat or chemical means.

 

I have some kombucha with expired “Best by dates”. Is it still good?

Yes. Kombucha won’t go bad and will continue to ferment and become more vinegary as time passes. You’ll notice the flavors become more dry and vinegary but it still packs all that probiotic goodness. Extending it's shelf life also means that the product can experience slight shifts in ethanol as the fermentation process continues in the bottle. If you are concerned about higher levels of alcohol in the kombucha then keep to the best buy dates printed on the bottles.

 

There’s something floating on top of my kombucha, should I drink it?

That floating thing is a Scoby (symbiotic colony of yeast and bacteria), which guarantees that our product is 100% raw and unpasteurized. It’s basically a super-concentrated solid form of kombucha. If you’re a hard core booch drinker you’ll chug this little floater but if you’re a novice, feel free to discard it.

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