Nestled down near Chinatown, Pure Luck is a new player in the city's super-food movement.

Founded in New York in 2010, Pure Luck (www.fb.com/pureluckbangkok) claims to be Bangkok's first kombucha brewery.

Now operating out of a beautiful renovated shop-house near Chinatown, in the burgeoning hipster quarters of Soi Nana (Cho Why, El Chiringuito and soon-to-be Bar 23), the brewery produces 11 flavors of organic kombucha, a fermented drink of sweetened tea that's said to have untold health benefits. 

Flavors such as Raspberry Mangosteen, Silver Jasmine and Cinnamon Plum (B120/bottle, B700/six) are available at foodie meetups like the Spring Epicurean Market and health stores Baimiang Healthy Shop, Oleaf Organic and Radiance Whole Foods. They also featur in several dishes at the newly opened, Californian-inspired Abbot restaurant and in nearby Soulbar's prized Summer Beer.

You can also place an order at info@pureluckbangkok.com, 093-124-5952. Home delivery requires a minimum order of 24 bottles. 

This weekend (Feb 28-Mar 1), they'll be giving away free samples at Baimiang in Rain Hill community mall (Sukhumvit Soi 47) from 10am until 2pm, as well as offering a 10 percent discount on all kombucha tea.


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