6 kombuchas that promise to please your gut and your tastebuds
Kombucha. It’s everywhere and growing in popularity every day. Full of microorganisms and available in a spectrum of flavours this fermented drink is not only good for the gut, but is also a refreshing and delicious alternative to sugar-filled soft drinks. Here, we round up some of our personal favourites.
Upside: Founded by Jonny Wilkinson, this gut friendly beverage comes in three refreshing flavours; Ginger and Turmeric, Raspberry, Pomegranate and Hibiscus, and Passion Fruit and Goji.
Downside: Currently only available in Sainsbury's stores.
Upside: This Australia based kombucha brand prides itself on being 100% natural, raw and unpasteurised, certified organic, vegan, gluten-free, fructose-free, and paleo friendly. Plus, they've just released a delicious new cherry plum flavour!
Downside: At £3.50 for 330ml this kombucha is a certainly a treat.
Upside: Full of naturally occurring vitamins, acids, and beneficial bacteria, and available in a variety of mouth-watering flavours, Equinox Kombucha is the healthy alternative to sparkling soft drinks.
Downside: At just £1.72 a bottle, what's there to complain about?
Upside: Kombucha Kat is brewed in small batches to maximise probiotic content and is 100% organic, raw, vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free, and naturally fizzy.
Downside: Another pricier option, Kombucha Kat is £3.80 for 330ml.
Upside: 100% natural and available in rare flavours including lavender, rosemary and lemon, and ginger, turmeric and black pepper these are a delicious fizzy treat for your gut.
Downside: These bottles have a hefty £3.60 price tag.
Upside: Brewed over three weeks Lobros organic kombucha is a vibrant, refreshing and uplifting drink with more than 100 Million gut lovin' bio cultures.
Downside: At £2.34 this is one of the more affordable kombuchas. No complaints here!