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Cocktail Recipe with Kombucha – “Twisted Bliss”

Although it’s now closed, this delicious “Twisted Bliss” Kombucha Cocktail Recipe came from KKamp friend Marian Flaxman’s Culture Shock Cafe formerly of Ithaca, NY, an early entry in the fermented foods revival.

Blueberry and ginger combine for a delightfully sweet bite, a sort of new millennium Cosmo.

Hannah Crum, the Kombucha Mamma!KMAMMA SEZ…
I love Kombucha Kocktails! When I add Kombucha to the mix, I get a little antidote with my poison. The next day, I feel much better than when consuming alcohol alone. I can even have an extra cocktail if it has Kombucha. Without it, I feel pretty gross. Check out the other Kocktail and Mocktail recipes below!

Here is the recipe for Marian’s favorite Kombucha concoction, Twisted Bliss:

Twisted Bliss Kombucha Cocktail


Marian Flaxman, owner of Culture Shock, a fermented foods cafe in Ithaca, NY, poses with her favorite Kombucha Cocktail, The Twisted Bliss

Marian Flaxman and a “Twisted Bliss” Kombucha Kocktail

  • 1½ oz vodka &
  • ½ oz blueberry Llqueur
  • Fresh blueberries (AMZ)  for garnish
  • 2 oz Vodka &
  • Fresh blueberries
  • 2 oz ginger Kombucha


  1. Fill a martini glass with ice.
  2. Pour 1½ oz vodka into a pint glass.
  3. Add ½ oz blueberry liqueur.
    Or if you can’t find blueberry liqueur…
    – Pour 2 oz vodka into a pint glass.

    – Add 5 blueberries.
  4. Fill pint glass with ice, then cover and shake vigorously.
  5. Dump the ice from the (now chilled) martini glass.
  6. Strain the liquor into the martini glass.
  7. Fill with ginger Kombucha.
  8. Garnish with fresh blueberries.
  9. Enjoy!
The Twisted Bliss Kombucha Cocktail

The “Twisted Bliss” Kombucha Cocktail

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  • Torres

    October 19, 2011 at 4:31 pm

    Here’s a little something I do for christmas day with the now all grown up family.
    Blood Orange Mimosas:
    -kombucha secondary fermented with passion fruit juice and champagne yeast to ante up the ABV.
    -fresh squeezed juice from blood oranges which should be in season
    -use half and half portions in the chilled champagne glass and garnish with blood orange slice
    note: the longer you let the secondary ferment (try 1 month minimum) take place the better the kombucha tastes

    Then pair it next to:
    -kiwi or green melon flavored kombucha
    -dash of midori
    -dash of vodka
    -shake and strain into champagne glass
    can garnish with melon slice

    • hannah

      October 20, 2011 at 12:21 pm

      Thanks for the delicious recipes Torres! Can’t wait to try these at the holidays.

  • Kombucha Kamp via Facebook

    August 12, 2011 at 12:12 pm

    I’m ready to stir one up right now! It’s 5 o’clock somewhere 😉


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