Kombucha Blog

Kickstart My Heart – The Aftermath

It was one of the most incredible experiences of our lives.  Watching the love literally pour in daily, hourly - for thirty days.  Oh the goodness.  Oh the feels.  Oh the anxiety!   Kickstarter is an all-or-nothing crowdfunding platform.  If we didn’t reach our 15K...

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One Year Later

I took the leap last Christmas Eve.  Left my paycheck behind and jumped.   I did not look back.  I did not regret.  It was like walking into the sunshine, fearless and smiling.   Here I am a full calendar year later.   We have more than doubled our business.  We...

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Why Choose Our Kombucha?

With more and more kombucha brewers popping up, why choose Buffalo Mountain Kombucha?  Firstly, hurray.  Hurray for all the fermenters out there fermenting - creating a bounty of healing microbes for all of the people.  And hurray for all of the gut awareness building...

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Kickstart My Heart

When the timing is right, being in the flow is effortless. And not a second sooner. For months, Scott had asked about using a crowd funding site to raise money for much needed equipment and working capital. “No thank you,” was my immediate response. My reasons...

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Leaping

December 24, 2014 marks the day I took the jump. The events that led up to this mile marker began, pardon the pun, brewing for many moons. When we started Buffalo Mountain Kombucha, it became clear that either Scott or I were going to have to find a J-O-B,  and fast....

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Sarced Commerce

Several years ago, when Scott was working in middle management for a big corporation, I began researching the art of Sacred Commerce.  He was extremely unhappy in his work life and longed for work with more meaning.  I came across the idea after visiting Café...

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Why We Brew With Yerba Mate

Around our intentional community, yerba mate is affectionately known as “yerbs”.  We drink it every day and its healing properties are so profound we practically refer to yerbs as a personal plant friend! Indeed, yerba mate is a tropical plant.  Research boasts on...

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