Well, to learn a bit more, I had to turn to Google. It seems Kombucha is or can be, a fermented tea which is lightly effervescent, likely has a yeast component, and is finished with a fairly sweet taste.
Calmbucha it seems is a brand. According to their website,
"Based in New Paltz, we craft bubbly organic kombucha in small batches, with flavors inspired by locally sourced ingredients, served on tap throughout New York's Hudson Valley.
Our raw, premium beverage begins as a sweet organic tea before it's fermented with probiotic & yeast cultures converting the organic cane sugar and caffeine into nutritive, healing and energizing properties. We then creatively enhance the brew with the highest quality herbs, spices, and fruits, producing the refreshing and invigorating drink that you now enjoy!"
Indeed. Seemed the perfect post yoga liquid refreshment.
Turns out, we also needed solids to refuel and shush my grumbly belly.
I left the decisions up to my future D-I-L and we each had a Black Bean Quesadila which is 2 scrambled eggs with freshly prepared salsa and Jack cheese.
It was a lovely meal and for me, the best part was chatting it over with the young lady my son will marry. Yes, we talked a bit about the wedding plans, but I always enjoy her company and seems we can talk about a myriad of topics without having to come back to the details of the future nuptials.
The atmosphere was a bit of wit splashed with tongue-in-cheek. Laugher could be heard among the various diners, who seemed to range in ages and interests, as a village eatery seems it should. The paper menu includes a touch of edgy, dark humor with a cover quote, "The best coffee around..." - Guys across the street.
And while the coffee is self-serve, ask for help with the flavored syrup.
I left feeling Fed Well and am likely to return. Maybe I'll see you there.