Our 6 Favorite Kombucha Flavors For Summer

We can’t stop drinking these.


Health-Ade Ginger Lemon Kombucha


We’re fans of many Health-Ade flavors, but this one takes the cake. The classic, refreshing flavor combo is taken up a notch with the natural carbonation in kombucha. Not to mention that ginger aids digestion, soothes upset stomachs, and is packed with anti-inflammatory properties.

To buy: 3.50, select stores nationwide.

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Kevita Lavender Melon Kombucha


This bright, crisp kombucha is packed with live probiotics and beneficial organic acids, but that’s not why we’re hooked. The subtle sweetness of melon, combined with floral lavender, is reason enough to sip on this kombucha all summer.

To buy: 3.50, at Whole Foods.

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Brew Dr. Kombucha Vanilla Oak


This isn’t your typical kombucha flavor. It features fresh vanilla bean combined with black tea-steeped oak bark, making it a unique addition to your kombucha collection. Though it may be new to you, oak bark has been used for centuries as an herbal remedy, best known for its antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties.

To buy: 3.50, select stores nationwide.

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Humm Blueberry Mint Kombucha


This invigorating blend is packed with elderberry juice and mint tea for a caffeinated kick. We recommend swapping out your mid-afternoon coffee or tea for this tasty alternative.

To buy: 3.50, select stores nationwide.

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B-Tea Serenity Kombucha


Take yourself on a therapeutic getaway with this bottle of kombucha. It’s made up of 30 percent Chamomile tea, which is known to soothe the nervous system and help you keep your calm.

To buy: $27 for pack of 8, btbeverage.com.

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GTs Trilogy Kombucha


Why have one flavor when you can have three? This flavor combines sweet raspberries, tart lemons and spicy ginger. If you’re not totally smitten, give one of their whopping 37 other flavors a try. There’s one for every tastebud.

To buy: $3.50, at grocery stores.

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