River Cottage kombucha Made by River Cottage and Equinox at Calder Valley, West Yorkshire

£10.45 / 275ml (6 pack)

What's inside

  • 3x River Cottage Hedge Kombucha 275ml
  • 3x River Cottage Orchard Kombucha 275ml

About this limited edition kombucha

Here for September only! This special kombucha case is a collaboration between our friend Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall at River Cottage, and organic kombucha experts Equinox.

Together they’ve created two unique autumnal brews, inspired by Hugh’s love of homegrown fruit and veg and foraged wild ingredients.

Kombucha is a fermented tea drink with a distinctive sweet tangy taste. These two organic brews are made with Chun-Mee green tea, raw cane sugar and spring water, fermented with a kombucha culture. Once ready, River Cottage infused the kombucha with two unique seasonal flavours:

Hedge – an aromatic brew, with the bittersweet botanical notes of an autumn hedgerow: sloes, rosehips and juniper berries.

Orchard – infused with apples, plums and quince. It’s fruity and nostalgic, redolent of late summer gardens.

Case contains six 275ml glass bottles (three of each flavour).

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Country of origin

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  • The UK
The River Cottage kombuchas reflect my enthusiasm for this lovely fermented drink, and of course I wanted to use natural flavours both from the garden and the wild.
- Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall

Ingredients and allergens

River Cottage Hedge Kombucha 275ml

  • Spring Water*,
  • Raw Cane Sugar,
  • Hibiscus,
  • Chun Mee Green Tea,
  • Rosehips,
  • Juniper Berries,
  • Sloe Berries,
  • Juniper Berry,
  • Natural Flavouring*,
  • Sloe Natural Flavouring*,
  • Kombucha Culture

River Cottage Orchard Kombucha 275ml

  • Spring Water*,
  • Raw Cane Sugar,
  • Chun Mee Green Tea,
  • Marigold,
  • Natural Flavouring*,
  • Hibiscus,
  • Dried Plums
    • Prunes
  • Apple,
  • Quince,
  • Kombucha Culture
For allergens see the above ingredients in bold.
Unsuitable for people with severe allergies.


Please store this fresh kombucha in the fridge to prevent the fermentation process from continuing in the bottle (spoiling the flavour and potentially causing pressure to build inside). You may find a few floaty bits in your drink. Don’t worry; these are just the kombucha culture which ferments the tea. It’s only found in live, traditional kombucha, and perfectly safe to drink.

  • Grown by River Cottage and Equinox, Calder Valley, West Yorkshire

    At an evening for the Sustainable Soils Alliance, Dan from organic kombucha brewery Equinox met Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall of River Cottage. Dan and Hugh struck up a friendship based on their shared love of kombucha, and Hugh invited the Equinox team to taste the River Cottage home brew. A fruitful partnership was born – resulting in some seriously tasty seasonal brews!

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