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With many of us becoming increasingly more health-conscious, we're starting to realise it's the little changes that add up. So, if you're looking to cut back on highly-processed soft drinks or alcohol, and maybe improve your gut health while you're at it, give a bottle or can of kombucha a go! 


Tasty, refreshing, and low-sugar, this fermented tea-based beverage is naturally carbonated and full of probiotic live cultures thought to have health-boosting benefits for your gut, and luckily you no longer need to know how to handle a SCOBY to enjoy a variety of different kombucha drinks! Read on for our picks of the 10 best-tasting brews available in the UK on Amazon, Waitrose and eBay, including organic, unpasteurised and flavoured options. 

  • Last updated: 09-04-2021
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What Is Kombucha?

What Is Kombucha?

Wondering what the heck Kombucha is? While it may be relatively new to many of us in the UK, it’s actually been around for thousands of years. Thought to have originally been consumed in East Asian countries such as Japan and China, kombucha is a fermented drink made by adding good bacteria, sugar and yeast to tea


During the fermentation process, the bacteria and yeast form a jelly-like mass called a SCOBY (or symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeast) which can then be used to ferment new kombucha.


While this may all sound rather unpleasant, the process is not dissimilar to brewing beer, and once strained, you’re left with a refreshing carbonated beverage with a slightly tart flavour akin to apple cider vinegar.

Does Kombucha Have Health Benefits?

Does Kombucha Have Health Benefits?

As more research is being done on the role certain bacteria play in maintaining a healthy gut ecosystem, nutrition experts are starting to look further into the possible benefits of fermented foods in the diet


This is because fermented products like kimchi, natto and, of course, kombucha, contain a large amount of bacteria – in fact, kombucha contains multiple strains of lactic-acid bacteria known as probiotics.


Although there isn't yet enough research to draw definite conclusions, it’s thought that these probiotics could help with gut functions such as digestion and improve general health. While we don't recommend going against the advice of your GP when seeking complimentary remedies and treatments, if you're feeling a bit bloated after a big meal you may want to give kombucha a go!

How to Choose a Kombucha Drink in the UK ― Buying Guide

The methods used by the brewer and the choice of ingredients added into the recipe result in unique and distinctly flavoured kombucha drinks. Here's what you need to know to help you make your decision.

The Type of Tea Used for the Base Will Influence the Flavour Profile

The Type of Tea Used for the Base Will Influence the Flavour Profile

The type of tea used for the kombucha base will affect the overall flavor of the drink, with the most popular types being green or black tea. There’s much discussion between brewers as to which tea is the best for fermentation, but when it comes to the finished product, the one you pick will depend on personal taste. 


Green tea kombucha is described as having a light, grassy flavour with a fresh, effervescent quality. As black tea leaves undergo oxidation, black tea kombucha usually has a slightly stronger and bolder taste than green tea kombucha. Many use a mixture of both green and black tea for a more complex flavour profile.


Some other popular teas you may come across are oolong and darjeeling, each of which have their own unique taste. You can find out which tea is used by checking the ingredients list!

See Which Additional Flavours Have Been Added to Match Your Palate

See Which Additional Flavours Have Been Added to Match Your Palate

Kombucha can be flavoured with all kinds of different ingredients such as fresh fruits or herbs, which are added during or after the fermentation process. As the natural flavour of kombucha may not be to everyone’s taste, picking a flavoured variation can make it more palatable


Fruit flavours like passionfruit, raspberry or plum tend to be sweeter, while citrus fruits such as lemon, yuzu and mandarin will complement its already bitter tang. For a spicy kick, try kombucha drinks with ginger or cayenne pepper – the choice is yours!

Kombucha Isn't Classed as Alcohol, but It's Worth Checking the ABV

While not classified as an alcoholic beverage per se, kombucha does contain alcohol due to the fermentation process, which may be an issue for those with certain religious beliefs, dietary restrictions or health requirements. 


Just like beer, wine and spirits, different types of kombucha will vary in alcoholic content. Most only contain a trace amount under 0.5% ABV (alcohol by volume), meaning that they aren't restricted under UK licensing laws. But, as with any alcohol-containing beverage, it's best to check before you buy.

You Have a Choice Between Pasteurised or Unpasteurised Kombucha

You Have a Choice Between Pasteurised or Unpasteurised Kombucha

Pasteurisation is a process whereby a liquid is heated at a high temperature to kill harmful bacteria. In the case of consumables such as cow’s milk, this is done to prevent food-borne diseases like salmonella. However, when kombucha is pasteurised, a large amount of the good bacteria produced during fermentation are killed off, greatly reducing any potential probiotic health benefits.

 

So, the short answer is, it's up to you. If you're drinking kombucha purely for the taste, you can go ahead and choose either type


Commercial grade 'raw' kombucha is generally safe, and the likelihood of coming across any nasty pathogens is low, so if you are interested in the health benefits of probiotic drinks and live cultures, opt for unpasteurised kombucha drinks instead.

Only Buy the Amount You Plan to Drink

Only Buy the Amount You Plan to Drink

Kombucha has a shelf life, and once opened you should aim to consume within the time specified by the manufacturer, which is usually around 3- 5 days. 


Kombucha drinks come in various sizes, so consider how much you plan to drink. Cans and bottles of 250-330 ml contain approximately 1-2 regular servings, which is a great way to sample different brands and flavours.


As with everything in life, moderation is key, but if you do like to drink a little more or are planning to share with friends and family, go for volumes or multipacks totalling 400 ml or more

Top 10 Best Kombucha Drinks in the UK

We're guessing you're feeling thirsty after reading all that, so here, in ranking order, are our top 10 kombucha drinks to buy online in the UK!

10
Tea TypeGreen tea
Flavours AvailableOriginal, ginger, raspberry & elderflower, wild berry, pink grapefruit & guava, peach & turmeric
ABV> 0.5 %
PasteurisationUnpasteurised
Volume275 ml
9

Biona Organic Kombucha

Pack of 6

£16.90

Tea TypeGreen tea, black tea
Flavours AvailableOriginal, ginger & lime, sour cherry & mint
ABV> 0.5 %
PasteurisationPasteurised
Volume330 ml
8

The GUTsy CaptainKombucha

Pack of 14

£22.99

Tea TypeGreen tea
Flavours AvailableOriginal, raspberry, ginger & lemon
ABV> 0.5 %
PasteurisationUnpasteurised
Volume250 ml
7

Loving FoodsKombucha

Pack of 6

£17.39

Tea TypeGreen tea
Flavours AvailableTea & honey, hibiscus & lime, lemon & ginger, blueberry & lavender, matcha & mint, raspberry & tulsi
ABV> 0.5 %
PasteurisationUnpasteurised
Volume330 ml
6

Genie Living Drinks Kombucha

Pack of 12

£24.99

Tea TypeBlack tea
Flavours AvailableCrisp citrus, fiery ginger, dry apple
ABV0.5 %
PasteurisationUnpasteurised
Volume275 ml
5
Tea TypeGreen tea, oolong tea
Flavours AvailableGinger & lemon
ABV> 0.5 %
PasteurisationUnpasteurised
Volume250 ml
4

Booch & Brew Organic Kombucha

Pack of 12

£27.99

Tea TypeGreen and black tea
Flavours AvailableGinger yuzu, blueberry ginger, apple elderflower
ABV> 0.5 %
PasteurisationUnpasteurised
Volume300 ml
3
Tea TypeGreen tea & darjeeling tea
Flavours AvailableRoyal Flush, Dry Dragon
ABV> 0.35 %
Pasteurisation-
Volume275 ml
2

Remedy Raw Kombucha Tea

Pack of 24

£29.99

Tea TypeBlack tea, green tea
Flavours AvailableApple crisp, raspberry lemonade, ginger lemon, cherry plum.
ABV> 0.5 %
PasteurisationUnpasteurised
Volume250 ml
1

No. 1 LivingKombucha

Pack of 24

£38.99

Tea TypeOrganic sencha green tea
Flavours AvailableGinger, passion fruit, raspeberry
ABV> 0.5 %
PasteurisationUnpasteurised
Volume250 ml

Compare the Best Kombucha Drinks

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No. 1 Living Kombucha 1

No. 1 Living

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Remedy  Raw Kombucha Tea 1

Remedy

3
Real  Kombucha  1

Real

4
Booch & Brew  Organic Kombucha 1

Booch & Brew

5
Lo Bros  Organic Kombucha  1

Lo Bros

6
Genie  Living Drinks Kombucha 1

Genie

7
Loving Foods Kombucha 1

Loving Foods

8
The GUTsy Captain Kombucha 1

The GUTsy Captain

9
Biona  Organic Kombucha 1

Biona

10
Equinox  Organic Kombucha 1

Equinox

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Kombucha

Raw Kombucha Tea

Kombucha

Organic Kombucha

Organic Kombucha

Living Drinks Kombucha

Kombucha

Kombucha

Organic Kombucha

Organic Kombucha

Features

Something Fun and Exciting for Those New to Kombucha

Satisfy Fizzy Drink Cravings the Healthy Way

The Ideal Kombucha Drink for Tea-Totalers

A Small Batch, Authentic Kombucha Made in the UK

A Lower Sugar Soft Drink Alternative

A Magical Elixir With Immune-Boosting Vitamin C

A Wildly Delicious Kombucha in a Range of Inventive Flavours

Top Pick for Sampling Different Flavours

Kombucha With a Mild Caffeine Kick

A Bitter Brew Made From Chun-Mee Green Tea

Price£38.99£29.99£38.00£27.99£3.99£24.99£17.39£22.99£16.90£2.49
Tea TypeOrganic sencha green teaBlack tea, green teaGreen tea & darjeeling teaGreen and black teaGreen tea, oolong teaBlack teaGreen teaGreen teaGreen tea, black teaGreen tea
Flavours AvailableGinger, passion fruit, raspeberryApple crisp, raspberry lemonade, ginger lemon, cherry plum.Royal Flush, Dry DragonGinger yuzu, blueberry ginger, apple elderflowerGinger & lemonCrisp citrus, fiery ginger, dry appleTea & honey, hibiscus & lime, lemon & ginger, blueberry & lavender, matcha & mint, raspberry & tulsiOriginal, raspberry, ginger & lemonOriginal, ginger & lime, sour cherry & mintOriginal, ginger, raspberry & elderflower, wild berry, pink grapefruit & guava, peach & turmeric
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PasteurisationUnpasteurisedUnpasteurised-UnpasteurisedUnpasteurised UnpasteurisedUnpasteurised UnpasteurisedPasteurisedUnpasteurised
Volume250 ml250 ml275 ml300 ml250 ml275 ml330 ml250 ml330 ml275 ml
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Craving More Healthy Drinks and Snacks?

Craving More Healthy Drinks and Snacks?

Feeling inspired to incorporate more health-boosting drinks and snacks into your diet? As well as other probiotic, gut-loving products like healthy yoghurts, we've lined up a couple of other useful guides from the archives to boost immunity and satisfy your cravings! 

Summary

You may already be a fan of the tart taste, or maybe you're only just considering trying kombucha for the first time. Either way, we hope this article has introduced you to some new and exciting fermented soft-drinks to get your taste buds tingling!

Author: Wren Mann

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