When we heard that REAL Kombucha was making a limited-edition bottle of demi-sec Kombucha from the highly prized, Chinese loose-leaf 'Tie Guan Yin' tea, we were clambering to get our hands on it! This exquisite oolong tea is grown in the mountainous region of Fujian province and the name translates to Iron Goddess of Mercy (hence the name of this Kombucha). Iron Goddess is best served having warmed slightly from the fridge at 8-10 degrees and will work wonders alongside roasted chestnuts on a chilly autumnal evening. It evokes thoughts of dried apricots, honey, walnuts, sweet baking spices and a hint of black tea when you lift it to your nose. And there is a delicious sweetness from the first sip.