15 Kombucha Cocktail Recipes To Try Before You Buy More Wine

In just a few years, kombucha has gone from being an obscure
Whole Foods oddity to a trendy health-adjacent drink to a beverage
that lines grocery aisles and is even served on tap. Thus,
it was only a matter of time before
kombucha cocktails
became A Thing™.
If there is a
way to spike something, the internet will find out how.

As you may know, kombucha already has a very small percentage of
alcohol. However, that percentage is typically only about 0.5%
though some have a 3% ABV, depending on their fermentation process.
For context,
O’Doul’s non-alcoholic beer
has about a 0.5% ABV and most

low-calorie beers
have around 4% ABV. So, if you’re wondering

whether kombucha can make you drunk
on its own, the answer is
probably not. There are brave souls who have
tried to get drunk off kombucha
alone, but, after drinking
nearly a gallon of the stuff, were left with a 0.01 blood alcohol
level and bad gas. In other words, if you want to get tipsy on
kombucha, your best bet is just to add your alcohol of choice to

Whether you’re new to the kombucha game or you’re looking to
spice up your cocktail repertoire, there is a kombucha cocktail on
this list you’ll want to try. Pour yourself a glass of that stinky
fizz and enjoy.

Kombrewcha’s “New Year, New Brew-Cha”

Kombrewcha’s hard
is, as its name suggests, already alcoholic with a
4.4% ABV. But if you’re looking to make it into something ~fancy~,
they have a recipe for a new year-inspired drink that will have you
feeling at least 4.4% more celebratory.

You’ll need:

– 1 can of Kombrewcha Berry Hibiscus

– ½ oz. St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur

– Orange Bitters

– Sparkling Wine (they recommend either brut or prosecco)

– Pomegranate seeds to garnish

To make your drink, pour your elderflower liqueur into a
champagne flute and add three dashes of orange bitters. Then, add
in a 50/50 split of both the Kombrewcha Berry Hibiscus and
sparkling wine. Garnish with pomegranate seeds and enjoy.

Gold Fashioned

For a twist on a traditional old fashion, GT’s
recommends combining their Synergy Golden Pineapple
Kombucha with orange juice, lemon juice, tequila, and bitters.
It’ll be your new happy hour go-to.

Backcountry Booch

If you’re looking for a drink that does the hard lifting — pun
intended— for you, you’ll want to check out JuneShine’s
Backcountry Booch
. At 6% ABV, it doesn’t require any additional
alcohol (but a little bit of rum would pair nicely with this
tropical ‘booch). Top the bright blue drink off with some pineapple
and mentally whisk yourself to an island vacation.

Spicy Kombucha Bloody Mary

Up your brunch game with this kombucha bloody mary recipe from
The Kitchn. It combines your standard bloody mary ingredients with
your ginger-lemon kombucha of choice. Check out the full recipe on

The Kitchn

Pumpkin Moscow Mule

PSL lovers and Moscow Mule fans, unite! This cocktail uses
ginger kombucha instead of ginger beer and adds a bit of maple
pumpkin butter
. See the full recipe on My Darling

Grapefruit Spritzer

Next time you pick up a bottle of Health-Ade kombucha, make sure
to grab an extra bottle of grapefruit for this spritzer. It
combines their grapefruit kombucha, rosemary, and tequila for a
light and fresh cocktail. Check out the full recipe on Health-Ade‘s

The Jiant Whale

In partnership with Gray Whale Gin, hard kombucha company Jiant
Whale⁣ has created the aptly named Jiant Whale. Per
their Instagram post, it combines gin, Aperol, lemon juice, and
Jiant Hicamaya grapefruit & hibiscus kombucha.

3-Ingredients Kombucha Cocktail

If you have rum, lime juice, and kombucha, you’ve got a simple
twist on a dark and stormy. The recipe recommends using ginger
kombucha since it’s taking the place of ginger beer. You can see
the full recipe on
The Kitchn

Kombucha Mojitos

Perfect for spring (or just mentally willing warm weather to
come soon), this kombucha mojito works with most fruity flavors of
Health-Ade’s Bubbly Rose
has floral notes that would pair
perfectly with the drink’s hibiscus simple syrup. Check out the
full recipe from Half Baked

Gingerberry Cocktails

Didn’t have the rum required of the last 3-ingredient cocktail?
No worries because this drink also has just three ingredients and
uses vodka instead of rum. See the full recipe from Cookie and

Mango Colada

A fun twist on a piña colada, this drink uses mango kombucha,
rum, and coconut water. See the full recipe on GT’s

Ginger Kombucha Cocktail

You can’t go wrong by combining ginger and kombucha. This vodka
cocktail is garnished with mint and is perfect if you’re looking
for something light. See the full recipe on Love and

Margarita with Cherry-Berry Lime Kombucha

Yes, you can even make a margarita with kombucha. In lieu of
sweet and sour mix or triple sec, this cocktail uses cherry and
lime-flavored kombucha. Check out the full recipe from

Gingerade Mule

Kick your standard mule recipe up a notch by adding kombucha.
Gingerade Mule
combines 4 oz. of GT’s Gingerade Kombucha, 1 oz.
Vodka, and 2 tablespoons of lime juice into a cocktail shaker.
Shake, strain, and garnish with lime, basil, and blueberries.


If you love a mimosa, you’ll want to try a cham-bucha. You just
combine champagne or sparkling wine with your kombucha of choice
— any citrus flavor would work great — and enjoy. Check out the
full recipe on Cooking

If all else fails, try adding some kombucha to your wine of
choice for a tangy, spritzer-like cocktail.

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