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Baba's Bucha Releases Kombucha Collaboration with Philly Artist Chill Moody

Marilyn Johnson

Baba’s Bucha, the woman-owned, premium farm-to-bottle kombucha crafted with whole ingredients, is thrilled to announce the release of three new limited-edition kombuchas made with exclusively organic ingredients.

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New Baba's Bucha flavors!Photo byKC Tinari

Blacker the Berries - a kombucha in collaboration with Philadelphia hip-hop artist Chill Moody.

Firebird - a fruity brew with a kick of cayenne

Party Crasher - a social brew crafted with the holidays in mind.

All flavors are available for purchase now for $5. Available at Whole Foods Market, Riverwards, MOM’S Organic Market, DiBruno’s, and Weaver’s Way Co-op.

Additionally, all the new seasonal flavors can be found at the Baba’s Bucha tasting room, dubbed A Culture Factory, in Phoenixville, PA.

Baba’s Bucha Owner and Founder Olga Sorzano first collaborated with Chill Moody, the Philadelphia hip-hop artist, and entrepreneur, in 2020 when Chill approached the beloved kombucha brand in hopes of creating a healthy, non-alcoholic beverage that packs a punch. On the heels of two previous popular releases comes Blacker The Berries, the newest rendition from the pair. This kombucha highlights the beautiful floral and tannings of Chill Moody’s favorite oolong tea, blended with blackberries and bergamot. This newest release has a zing and aromatic, citrusy brightness that will bring sunshine to the winter months and can be found at Lancaster Farm Fresh Co-op.

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Olga Sorzano of Baba's Bucha and Chill Moody.Photo byOlga Sorzano

Just in time for the holiday season, Baba’s Bucha offers a limited-edition social sipper: Meet Party Crasher. Made with organic fresh cranberries, limes, and oranges, this brew is delightfully tart and refreshing with a clean citrus finish, a perfect mixer for any mocktail or cocktail. Available only during December, Party Crasher is meant to be shared with friends and family during the holiday season, either on its own or stirred into an Ultimate Party Crasher, one of Sorzano’s signature cocktail recipes, made by mixing Party Crasher kombucha with a splash of vodka, garnished with sugared cranberries and an orange slice. See below for the full cocktail recipe. Party Crasher is distributed through Lancaster Farm Fresh Co-op and can also be purchased at Baba’s Bucha’s tasting room in Phoenixville. For more cocktail inspiration, visit Baba’s Bucha’s Instagram.

Baba’s Bucha’s winter seasonal release, available from December through February, is dubbed Firebird. The annual Firebird Festival inspired this brew, celebrated on the second Saturday of December in Phoenixville, PA, the hometown of Baba’s Bucha’s brewery, which celebrates arts, culture, the ephemeral nature of life, and rebirth. Firebird, made with organic strawberries, cinnamon, chili peppers, and hibiscus, is a beautifully balanced fruit-forward brew with a surprising layer of heat, perfect for clearing sinuses during cold and flu season. Firebird is available for purchase at all locations that carry Baba’s Bucha, including Whole Foods Market, Riverwards, MOM’S Organic Market, DiBruno’s, and Weaver’s Way Co-op.

Each 12 oz. bottle of these seasonal releases is available for $5 (price varies based on location). Lancaster Farm Fresh Blacker distributes Blacker The Berries and Party Crasher The Berries and Lancaster Farm Fresh distributes Party Crasher. Kombucha lovers can pick up Firebird at all locations that carry Baba’s Bucha, including Whole Foods Market, Riverwards, MOM’S Organic Market, DiBruno’s, and Weaver’s Way Co-op. These limited-edition flavors can also be found at the Baba’s Bucha tasting room, aka A Culture Factory, in Phoenixville, PA.

Baba’s Bucha Tasting Room (“A Culture Factory") Hours of Operation: Saturday 10 am – 3 pm.

Marilyn Johnson is a freelance food and travel writer covering the food and drink scene of Philadelphia, South Jersey food, the greater Mid-Atlantic area, and beyond. Email Marilyn at phillygrub@gmail.com with food and travel news. If you liked this article, throw Marilyn a coffee! Follow Marilyn on Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.

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