Interview with the Kombucha Mamma

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We first met Hannah Crum of Kombucha Kamp through Twitter, and quickly entered the eternal bonds of Kombucha-hood. Soon, we were checking out her website KombucahKamp, trading tweets, and blog comments. So, when she announced the relaunch of her website and New Years ReVolution Event it was an easy decision to interview her about Kombucha and sustainable lifestyle.

Sit back, relax and listen to our chat and definitely head on over and check out her New Years ReVolution Event. Hannah’s teamed up with a number of local kombucha brewers, some big national brewers (including the great GT’s), as well as other small businesses which use kombucha in their cleaning and skincare products. There are going to be some great giveaways this week, and lots of fun going on to bring kombucha awareness and knowledge to the masses.

We hope you enjoy!

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Also mentioned in the interview is Dennis Murial of Bee Natural.

9 Comments on “Interview with the Kombucha Mamma

  1. Hi Guys

    Great interview. It’s neat how Kombcha Mama’s concepts of symbiosis have grown from kombucha to human culture. I’ve experienced much the same from honeybees, kombucha to humanity.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Dennis Murrell

    • Thank you for you kind words Dennis. We live in a very interconnected world and we owe a lot to you over at Bee Natural regarding both beekeeping and kombucha! Stay tuned for a build your own worm bin post! I know I keep promising that but it really is on the way!

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