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一杯咖啡 :96mg






Why Lectcha?

Lectcha because it sounds similar to the word "Lecture". As our founders come from an academic background, we hope that every bottle can be a lecture of life to those who consume it.

What is Kombucha?

Kombucha tea is a natural probiotic drink made possible by the fermentation of tea, sugar, and kombucha Scoby (composed of yeast, acetic acid bacteria, and lactic acid bacteria). It has a unique sweet and sour taste. During fermentation, the yeast and probiotics in the tea will decompose sugar, and produce carbon dioxide bubbles, vitamins, and minerals needed by the body.


What are the benefits?

Lectcha Kombucha contains a variety of organic acids, acetic acid, and digestive enzymes. They help the body adjust the intestinal flora ecology, increasing the growth of probiotics in the intestines to compete with harmful bacteria and thus, reduce the growth of harmful bacteria. It also produces antibacterial substances, and promotes digestion, helps defecation. Polyphenols in the tea can also inhibit the accumulation of free radicals in the body and delay aging.


How to store Lectcha?

Lectcha tastes best chilled. It can be stored at room temperature (20-25°C) for 2 days and up to 3 months when refrigerated (4-10°C). Please finish consumption on the same day if drank straight from the bottle.

Please note that Lectcha is raw kombucha and thus the live yeast and probiotics will continue to ferment in the bottle. The taste might change over time (usually becomes more vinegary and tangy). It remains safe to consume. [ However, we recommend using it as a low-cal salad dressing instead ]


How to drink Lectcha?

We recommend 1 bottle (250ml) a day. The tea contains small amounts of sugar, therefore people with special conditions, e.g. pregnant, breastfeeding, alcohol allergies, diabetes etc. are advised to consult a family doctor before drinking. 


Something's in the bottle?

The brown/clear strands in the bottle are fiber cellulose produced by the continuous fermentation of the living yeast and probiotics in the raw Kombucha. They are safe to consume.



Alcohol & Caffeine?

Fermented food such as kimchi, natt,o, etc. during the natural fermentation process, will produce a small amount of recurring alcohol which is below 0.5%. Individuals such as children, pregnant women, and people with alcohol allergies may consult a doctor before consumption. Tea contains caffeine, but after fermentation, part of the caffeine is decomposed and used by the probiotics. The amount of caffeine left in a cup after fermentation is only about 1/3 of the original tea.


Beverage caffeine content reference table

A cup of coffee: 96mg

One cup of green tea: 47mg

A can of Coke: 22mg

One cup of Kombucha: 15mg ​


*One cup is about 240ml


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