NATIONAL BOOCH DAY
On January 15, National Booch Day (also known as National Kombucha Day) kicks off a delicious way to celebrate with kombucha fans.
WHAT IS BOOCH?
Kombucha, or “booch,” is a lightly effervescent fermented beverage with a bold, invigorating taste. With flavor options from sweet to tart, KeVita Master Brew Kombucha pairs well with any meal and has billions of live probiotics in every bottle.
Who drinks booch? Well, if you like tea, you will probably like booch, too. Thanks to the probiotics, booch contains a significant amount of B vitamins. Depending on the type of tea your kombucha is made from, you enjoy the same benefits that tea offers.
HOW TO OBSERVE NATIONAL BOOCH DAY
Kombucha fans can celebrate by sharing the love with a friend. Share all the reasons why you love kombucha. If you’ve never tried Kombucha, visit a local retailer.
Share your love of kombucha by using #NationalBoochDay on social media.
NATIONAL BOOCH DAY HISTORY
KeVita founded National Booch Day on January 15, 2019, to celebrate kombucha and all the love around this effervescent bubbly drink. KeVita was founded in 2009 in Ojai, California, by an organic winemaker and holistic nutritionist.
In December of 2018, the Registrar at National Day Calendar® proclaimed the day to be observed annually.
Q. Does booch contain caffeine?
A. Yes. Because the tea leaves used in the fermentation process contain caffeine, so does the resulting beverage. However, it contains less caffeine than a cup of coffee. For example, 8 ounces of coffee contains 95 mg of caffeine while kombucha contains about 1 mg of caffeine per ounce.
Q. What kinds of teas are used in making kombucha?
A. Kombucha is made from a variety of teas including black, green, white, and oolong.