It all started when a friend gave me a glass of her home brewed kombucha. As they say in the movies,“it was love at first sip!”

Making Kombucha is a lot of fun.  It turns on my creative talents

My husband / business partner and I began this journey in early 2018, when I said to him that I had this great desire to sell something.  He asked what I wanted to sell?  When I told him kombucha, he replied back, “What is kombucha?” I proceeded to educate him of the wonderful tastes and health benefits of kombucha.  He signed on.

I took the results of some of my early experiments to work and passed it around to my coworkers.  They loved so much that they asked for more.  I brewed more and bottled it up in quart canning jars for them.  That was my entry into the kombucha trade.

I have been making kombucha since 2017.  We didn’t officially go commercial until February of 2019 after spending 6 months constructing our PA Department of Agriculture approved commercial kitchen in our home.  During this time, I kept experimenting with flavors to see what was delicious – and what was not.  I still keep experimenting!

It has been a journey with a long learning curve for us.  Through it all we have met many wonderful people along the way.  I enjoy meeting people at the retail stores, the coffee houses and restaurant/pubs that sell our kombucha.  It is a special treat to meet people and share my love of kombucha at the“Tastings with Gayle”events that I hold in Pennsylvania and New York.