Buchi Water

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Buchi Water is the penultimate flavor in our elemental series. We blend our kombucha with coconut water, blueberry, watermelon and two powerful medicinals—bridging Eastern and Western folk traditions. Schizandra Berry is a Chinese adaptogen once available only to emperors. Elderberry is the “Elder of the Herbs” treasured by Native American and European cultures. The element of Water is the deep, universal essence of life, the endless flowing stream of experiences, and the sweet release of letting go…


*Raw kombucha, *apple juice, *coconut water, *elderberry juice, local elderberry juice, natural watermelon juice, *American grown schizandra berry juice, *blueberry juice and natural color from edible flowers
(starred ingredients are certified organic)

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Sooo this is on tap at Whole Foods now, AND WF made the pricing make sense finally. $3 for 16 oz, $4.50 for 24 oz, $11 for a 64 oz growler fill. I wonder if I can take in one of my beer specific growlers for that…I have like 3 or 4 I’ve accumulated for free.

This one is just the best. I could drink it forever. I just love how sweet and slightly herby it is. And now that The price makes far more sense I am probably going to get a cup every time I come in here.


I’ve never even heard of this tea but now I want it! I would even consider entering a Whole Foods and fighting my paranoia over the super small aisles in order to obtain this. ;)


we have one called BarefootBucha on tap here locally at 2 different types of stores and i am super thrilled. i love love love kombucha. i’m sure you can take any of your growlers. in one of the stores they even sell mason jars for the kombucha so i bet you could use those too! YUM!


if they have it on tap you likely don’t even have to go down an aisle, win-win


Good to know – anything to avoid the aisles!


i kinda hope that once summer comes around, maybe a few of the bars will have kombucha on tap. a girl can dream.

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