Kombucha is, in short, a fermented tea drink. The fermentation takes place with the help of a scoby, a combination of bacteria and yeast cultures (S.C.O.B.Y stands for Symbiotic Culture Of Bacteria & Yeasts).

During the fermentation process, the added sugar is broken down and multi-layered flavour profiles are created. Kombucha is no longer just a healthy wellness drink, but can also score valid points as a worthy food companion thanks to its complexity.

Berlin Kombucha Connection feat. Bouche! We keep it like our friends from Marzahn: Pasteurized - No thanks! Unpasteurized, also called raw Kombucha, must be stored refrigerated. Because our refrigeration capacity is limited, we focus on a small, fine selection from Bouche’s brewery in Berlin. We believe that the five varieties Melonbuzz, Hybiskus, Lemondrop, Earlybird and Cascarah offer a wide variety of flavors overall and that there is something interesting for every taste. During the winter months we reduce our selection, in summer you can find all available varieties in the small black fridge in the store.