LLama Brew Shark Tank Update (Season 1)

Phillip Lough & Aida Camwich-Lough, co-founders of organic plant fertilizer company LLama Brew, appeared on Shark Tank Season 1 Episode 10 and asked the Sharks for $125k for 10% equity at a $1.25 Million Valuation.

This company sells liquid organic plant fertilizers. Do you know how this premium liquid fertilizer is made? This liquid fertilizer is made from LLama Poop. The company owners claim that it is a good fertilizer for plant growth. All the sharks refused to invest in this business.

Company NameLLama Brew
FounderPhillip Lough & Aida Camwich-Lough
ProductPremium Fertilizer
Asked For$125k for 10% equity
Final DealNo Deals
SharkNo Sharks
Episode (Shark Tank USA)S1 E10
Air DateJan 29th, 2010
Business StatusIn Business
WebsiteVisit Website
HeadquartersOregon, USA
Lifetime Worth (Sales)$2M *estimated
Buy and WatchBuy NowAmazon Prime

Another Shark Tank Pitch

How Was The Shark Tank Pitch of LLama Brew?

Image via ABC Shark Tank

Husband and wife team Phillip and Aida explain their business model after seeking funding from the Sharks. Robert Herjavec started laughing when he heard the co-founders talking because he didn’t think it was a business.

Aida said that no chemical is used in their Fertilizer. When Daymond John talked about sales, Philip said they had made $4,000 in sales so far.

They have applied for a provisional patent for the fertilizer process. Daymond John refused to invest in this business. Kevin O’Leary is concerned that the company’s valuation will not be able to justify a sale. He is out.

Kevin Harrington did not find the company’s valuation appropriate, so he declined to invest. Barbara Corcoran also refused to invest in this business. Robert Herjavec said he would buy the LLama but not the business.

Sharks Offers list!

Barbara Corcoran Barbara CorcoranNo Offer
Kevin O'Leary Shark Tank Profile Kevin O’LearyNo Offer
Robert Herjavec Robert HerjavecNo Offer
Daymond John Daymond JohnNo Offer
Kevin Harrington Kevin HarringtonNo Offer
Founder’s (Countered)No Counter
Final DealsNo Deals

LLama Brew Shark Tank Update

A case was filed in court against the couple in 2011 after the smell of animal urine and waste spread throughout the property.

In August 2013, a Los Angeles Superior Court judge barred him from operating a business at the 2,262-square-foot Picaacho Road property. As of April 2024, the company is still taking orders and has an estimated annual revenue of $500,000.

What Is LLama Brew’s Net Worth?

LLama Brew’s net worth is estimated at $0.2 million. There is not much valuable information available anywhere about this company. Hopefully, Lough will make a comeback by changing their strategy and will be able to do good business.

Annual Revenue by Years

Note: This report is based on our research and data so far. In this, we are only estimating the annual revenue.

YearsAnnual Revenue
2008-24$2M *estimated

Funding Reports to Date!

YearsFunding AmountInvestor

The couple faced a lot of difficulty in their business due to the smell of animal waste and urine spreading in the surrounding area. They also received a notice from the court to transfer the business.

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