Is Booch the new Booze?

Drink, Food & Drink, Trending

London’s “booch” scene is still in its infancy compared to the US (where they’re guzzling it by the pint load!) but there are signs that a revolution is on its way.

According to Real Kombucha, “the market is predicted to grow year on year by 25%. The global market is expected to reach $4.46 billion by 2024”.

Once you get over the stringy bits of yeast (only to be expected of a raw, living beverage) you’ll find the taste to be quite pleasant. Promise.

While we wait for the fermented fizz to hit London’s bar scene, here’s where you can order it in restaurants and cafes around the capital…

JARR KOMBUCHA

The Soho House Group (including The Ned)

Harrods

Harvey Nichols

Selfridges

The Rosewood Hotel

The Berkeley

Whole Foods Market

Planet Organic

As Nature Intended

Sourced Market

Amazon Fresh

Frame

Photo: Kombucha Kat

KOMBUCHA KAT

Ethos

Harrods

Press Coffee

Selfridges

Yumchaa

Ludenwic

Farmstand

Bel-Air

Timberyard

Fix Coffee

Stir Coffee

De Beauvoir Deli

Tri Yoga

Indaba Yoga

The Natural Kitchen

Photo: Real Kombucha


REAL KOMBUCHA

Dragon Bar

Mile27

Strongroom Bar

Book Club

Rivington Mix

Amathus Soho

Amathus Shoreditch

Photo: Wild Fizz Kombucha

WILD FIZZ

Coffee Star Ltd, the broca food market, Brockley

Hackney Fresh, Mare Street

Harvest N16

The Grocery, Kingsland Road

Palm Springs, Lower Clapton Road

Planet Organic, Westbourne Grove

Planet Organic, Torrington

Planet Organic, Muswell Hill

Planet Organic, Islington

Planet Organic, Devonshire square

Planet Organic, Wandsworth

Planet Organic, Tottenham Court Road

Sourced Foods trading, London all stores

Whole Foods Kensington

Whole Foods Market, Cheltenham

Whole Foods Market, Piccadilly

Cru8 Deli Chelsea

Retreat Kitchen Chelsea

Hornbeam Cafe Walthamstow

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