Dallas spots to tap that kombucha, the fizzy, probiotic energy elixir
Kombucha, a bubbly elixir made from fermented tea, contains probiotics, antioxidants, enzymes and amino acids believed to help boost the immune system and digestion. Although it's sipped cold, the fizzy drink is currently a hot, hot trend.
Meddlesome Moth and Spiral Diner were two of the first restaurants to offer kombucha on tap, but they currently only sell the bottled version, as do many grocery stores like Central Market and Natural Grocers.
By the glass, kombucha ranges anywhere from $2 to $6.50. Three spots from our juice bar roundup — Whole Foods Park Lane, The Gem and The Juice Bar — offer Texas-made Holy Kombucha or Buddha's Brew on draft, as do these six other local spots.
The vegetarian- and gluten-free-friendly cafe serves Buddha's Brew kombucha in cranberry and peach flavors. Order it by the glass or fill up a growler, which you can take to go and bring back for refills.
This East Dallas cafe and market has Holy Kombucha on tap in three flavors: green apple-ginger, prickly pear and a pomegranate-blood orange-passion fruit blend.
All locations of the 24-hour eatery have Holy Kombucha available by the glass or growler. Current flavors on tap include cinnamon-apple spice, hibiscus berry and pineapple passion.
This comfort food cafe with a backyard garden has two taps for Holy Kombucha. Current flavors are hibiscus and blood orange, and they change about every two weeks.