The 8 Best Kombuchas of 2020

Enjoy the benefits of this fermented tea

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Our Top Picks
"Each fermented tea is naturally-flavored."
"This variety pack comes with two bottles each of six different flavors."
"Contains just two grams of sugar per serving."
"Reviewers love the crisp, refreshing taste."
"Drink this when your energy is zapped."
Best for People with Diabetes:
Latta Kombucha Green Tea at Amazon
"Green tea is likely to be beneficial for people with diabetes."
"Gluten-free, low-calorie, and made with simple, all-natural ingredients."
"Pink Lady Apple is a tastier version of sparkling apple cider."

Best Overall: Kombucha Wonder Drink Kombucha Organic Grape Sparkling Fermented Tea

Kombucha is gaining in popularity as a way to drink the beneficial bacteria. Drinking “booch,” as kombucha is affectionately called by fans, may offer benefits similar to probiotic supplements, including promoting a healthy immune system and preventing constipation, bloating, and other digestive issues.

If you’ve been reluctant to embrace kombucha because you haven’t found a brand or flavor you like, this refreshing, flavorful Wonder Drink Kombucha is a good one to try. All of their teas are delicious, but the Niagara Grape flavor is our favorite with its aromatic combination of fruity, sweet concord grape and organic jasmine tea. Each fermented tea is naturally-flavored, sparkling, and lightly pasteurized to include the benefits of kombucha, while eliminating unwanted bacteria with all but a trace of alcohol.

Best Budget: B-tea Kombucha Raw Organic Tea

Making your own kombucha at home is one way to save money on the fermented drink, but it’s a very time-consuming process and there are risks for contamination. If you prefer the convenience and safety of a ready-made, store-bought product, buying in bulk can save you some of the expense. This variety pack of B-Tea Raw & Organic Kombucha comes with two bottles each of six different flavors, so you can sample to choose your favorite.

The 8-ounce size is perfect to take on the go. Some reviewers say the taste is slightly bitter, while others call it refreshing and delicious, despite the low sugar content.

Best No Sugar Added: G.T.'s Enlightened Multi-Green Organic Kombucha

Sugar is used to make kombucha since the probiotics need to consume sugar in order to thrive. As a result, you won’t find a completely sugar-free option. However, some kombucha drinks are made without adding any more sugar after the brewing process, so they’re very low on the sweet stuff.

The super popular G.T.'s Enlightened Multi-Green Organic and Raw Kombucha is packed with effervescent flavor, and contains just two grams of sugar per serving, with no sugar added after fermentation. It also contains no synthetic flavors, colors, preservatives, or sweeteners. Made with all organic, gluten-free, non-GMO ingredients, you can feel good about enjoying the fizzy, tangy flavor.

Best for IBS: Tealixir Herbal Kombucha Tea

If you’re looking for a kombucha tea without added fruit juices, Tealixir Herbal Kombucha Tea is a popular choice. Made with a unique blend of teas, herbs, and spices, it gets its delicious flavor and potency from its brewing process. The BPA-free cans provide a fresh taste and are safe and convenient when you’re on the road, especially if you’re going somewhere that doesn’t allow glass bottles.

Best for a Cold: Suja Organic Mixed Berry Kombucha

You can’t cure a common cold, but you can certainly shorten the duration of symptoms by taking immunity-boosting antioxidants, like the ones found in blueberries and raspberries. This Mixed Berries kombucha from Suja Organic brings those berries together in a fizzy, tart but sweet drink.

Fans love that it’s low in sugar, but still tastes delicious. Drink a few of these when you feel a cold coming on and your energy is zapped, and you’ll bounce back before you know it. Even if you’re not feeling sick, you may want to give Suja Organic Kombucha drinks a try. Reviewers rave about the taste and quality of their other yummy flavors, including Green Apple, Ginger Lemon, Watermelon, and Peach Ginger.

Best for People with Diabetes: Latta Kombucha Green Tea

Some limited evidence suggests that kombucha may help people manage type 2 diabetes by slowing down the digestion of carbs, thus reducing blood sugar levels. Kombucha made from green tea is likely to be even more beneficial for people with diabetes, since green tea itself may reduce blood sugar levels. Light, refreshing and low in sugar, this all-natural kombucha green tea from Latta contains no preservatives or artificial sweeteners. Reviewers love it as an afternoon pick-me-up or to tame bloating or mild digestive issues. 

Best Tasting: Humm Blueberry Mint Kombucha

Whether you prefer sweet, sour, or tangy, Humm Kombucha has a delicious flavor that is sure to delight your taste buds. Their booch drinks are gluten-free, low-calorie, and made with simple, all-natural ingredients, so you can also feel good about consuming them.

Fan favorite Blueberry Mint seems like an odd combination, but once you get a taste of it, you’ll immediately want more. Other tasty varieties, including Strawberry Lemonade, Coconut Lime, Chai, Apple Berry, and Pomegranate Lemonade, are just as healthy and delicious, so you may have a hard time picking your favorite.

Best Flavors: Health-Ade Kombucha

Health-Ade is all about offering unique, delicious flavors for their organic, raw brews. All of their kombucha drinks are low in calories but high in flavor, with just the right amount of fizz. Their Pink Lady Apple variety is a tastier, tangier version of sparkling apple cider, while their non-alcoholic Bubbly Rose flavor is a delicious, healthier alternative to popular pink wines.

Fans just can’t get enough of their other flavors which include Pomegranate, Cayenne Cleanse, Blood Orange Carrot Ginger, and Ginger-Lemon. They’re all perfectly healthy, refreshing drinks to sip on a hot day or to toast with at a get-together.

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