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January 14, 2016

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Melanie Wade once worked in public relations, helping other businesses build their brands. Now she is promoting her own delicious product and company: Golda Kombucha.

The company: Golda Kombucha started its commercial brewery last summer in Tucker.

The company name: Wade learned about the art and science of making kombucha, a fermented tea, from her grandmother (Golda), who made the brew for decades at her home in the Blue Ridge Mountains.

The founder & background: Wade graduated from Georgia State University in 2012 with a degree in journalism and a minor in art. After college, she worked in public relations and marketing for firms. She left her career in public relations in 2014 to pursue Golda Kombucha full time.

The goods: Golda Kombucha comes in four flavors: Peach Ginger, Strawberry Mint, Apple Ginger, Lavender Lemonade and the new flavor: Pear Spice.

Ingredients: Organic green and oolong teas, organic sugar and purified water. The fermentation process depletes most of the caffeine and sugar from the beverage. Golda Kombucha uses American Oak barrels as fermenting vessels. The “oak-aging” provides a mellower tasting kombucha.

Best seller: Peach Ginger in a 16-ounce bottle ($4 to $6).

Other favorites: The Golda Growler, a reusable and refillable bottle. The 32-ounce, flip-top style growler sells for $14 to $15 at Golda Growler Fill Stations in select stores.

Where to buy: or visit one of the 40-plus stores in the Atlanta area that offers Golda (see website for locations).


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