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About Wunder-Pilz

Wunder-Pilz is a premium grade, small batch kombucha. Wunder-Pilz kombucha is a fermented tea made from a culture grown on a mixture of fair trade, organic teas and herbs, filtered water and pure cane sugar. Unlike many commercial kombuchas available today, Wunder-Pilz kombucha is a crisp, dry and not too sweet fully fermented kombucha. A refreshing alternative to sugary sodas and teas and with a range of beneficial acids and probiotics, kombucha can have a beneficial effect on ones liver and digestion. Because of the nature of the culture itself and an aerobic fermentation process, there is less than .5% alcohol present, much like non-alcoholic beer or orange juice.

The aim of Wunder-Pilz is to consistently produce delicious drinks that mix the health benefits of kombucha with the specific energetic and healing properties of organic herbs. Wunder-Pilz Kombucha tea was founded in Austin, TX in 2010 and can be found on tap and at farmers markets across Austin. (Wunderpilz is a German word referring to the kombucha culture itself, it translates to ‘miracle mushroom’.)

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Quick Facts

Location: Austin, TX (Hyde Park)
Distance from in.gredients: 2.5 miles
Delivery to in.gredients: 100% package-free | Kombucha arrives by truck in re-filled kegs


Kombucha Tea

Written by jmalsky

January 1, 2011 at 2:17 pm

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  1. […] out to our vendor’s, Johnson’s Backyard Garden, Baby Zach’s, 512 Brewery and Wunder-Pilz for making the list. We love supporting local vendors like y’all. Congratulations to the […]

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