Smoke House is brewed from a delicate, smokey, black tea from the district of Yunnan in the high mountains of southern China. It is often grown by smaller, permaculture plantations where the growers climb the ancient, fully-grown trees to pick the finest leaves.
The Perfect Serve
This kombucha is rich, rounded and full of apple and caramel with a delicate smokey top note. While you notice the tea character more than with the other brews, most would guess they were drinking a light natural cider. As such, it’s best served in a short-stemmed Belgian beer glass, well chilled.
Smoke House serves well alongside robust meats, spicy and smoked foods or full-flavoured sauces. It’s also fantastic with rich desserts.
Fermented from a black tea, Smoke House holds chocolate, malt and floral characters well, making it an ideal mixer for rums and big-flavoured spirits.