The recipe Melanie Wade uses to produce the oak-aged kombucha tea comes from her grandmother, Golda. What better way to honor her grandmother than to name the low-sugar drink she now brews in Atlanta after the woman who taught her the process. Known for its probiotic qualities, an aid for digestion, as well as an immune system booster, Gold Kombucha is available in growlers at grocers and coffee shops around Athens. At the market, Wade and brand ambassador Jennifer Bell hope to educate the community about the benefits of adding fermented drinks into customer's daily diets.