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With monthly reflections and prompts, we endeavor to see and to cultivate what’s alive in us — to build connection with ourselves, others and the world around us.

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Reflection
Full Moon — 28 January

Wolf Moon

Deep winter. Scatter of stars. The howling of wolves laps the cold mountain ridges. Even in hunger, we take refuge in the warmth of our pack. Blessed are we who remember that we longed for this communion, too. As the moon sheds its shadow night by night, we give voice to our yearning, finding a new kind of sustenance. What joy is to be found in shared hunger? What do you long for, and what might feed it?

What’s alive in you — Prompt

What do you long for, and what might feed it?

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What’s Alive
in Others

Why are we asking?

I long for normalcy, in all aspects in my life. Things seem out of control, but I’m really trying to focus on being calm and centered with my self and hope I can manifest that out into the world.

North Carolina

I long for more love and understanding, less judgment, more awareness that we are a small part of the arch of the universe, and to do what we can while we are here. I feed this through my belief in God, and encourage others to find their own ways of nourishing their souls.

Peter

New Jersey

I long to hug my friends. I send hug energy with my heart instead but I just really yearn to be crushed against the softness of human flesh with love & kindness.

Hannah

California

As the snow falls, I long for more gratitude for moments of stillness. Catch a flake and appreciate ephemerality.

Matt

North Carolina

I long for my family to be healthy and happy. I long for our country to heal and I long for a promising future for my daughter and grandkids.

Laurie

North Carolina

More time outdoors, less in front of a screen. The first breaths of spring teased across my face this week; warmth and sunshine aren't far away. And a snowy hike last week - crisp air, blue sky, icicles dripping down ancient rocks - said: each season is a gift. Don't hide inside.

Noah

North Carolina

I long for travel and new energies from far away places, to the mountains and woods, rivers, and oceans so that Mother Earth can renew my body spirit and my soul can feel alive with creativity and happiness.

Colleen

Wisconsin

I long for the sudden tears and bouts of PTSD to pass. I’ve seen too much Covid as a nurse.

I long for a vacation . A bigger budget would feed it

K

New York

I long for a sustainable way to be; life-LIFE balance. Unconditional permission from myself might just make it possible!

Why this question?

a letter from our founders

2020 was a year of reckoning. All of us have been invited to the table of suffering, and it has the potential to bring us into awakening, individually and collectively. During a year of so much loss, it feels important to re-prioritize and bring into focus what we cherish, the forgotten or looked over, the new patterns that are emerging, or the areas that feel empty — longing to be filled.

During the pandemic, we intentionally carried the question — What's Alive In You? — for ourselves and then to those we worked with and stakeholders with which we engaged. A simple question yet so rich felt like a step we could take, and a practice so accessible that we wanted to share. So we set an intention for this year to ask this question every month — to our team, and to you.

It’s an invitation to go inward and start paying attention. To look for what’s alive. To observe, question and learn — to nourish what we see and watch it grow. To take care of ourselves — our bodies, our minds, our spirits. When we embrace this center-point, we unfold into a wider reach almost by a force that is extending us outward. To nurture and take care of those around us, our families, our kith and kin, our communities — our human family.

”It starts within”

There is a moment
This humble critical moment
That is here, always here
Fleeting yet eternal

Stretching, reaching
Like the ebb and flow of the sea
Tentative and persistent

This wild seed of life
Rooting deeply,
Breaking through the surface

Rough, rocky earth
Still tender, nourishing
Dark and rich

A simple recipe of truth
Pain, pleasure
Wild and tame

It starts within
This life
This moment

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About Buchi

We make deliciously, complex living drinks—with fruit and botanicals—for living deeply, lightly.

Meet the family

Our Ingredients

Quality matters. We remain dedicated to using the best ingredients for our drinks—because you and the earth deserve it.

Our Process

Method matters. We remain one of the only fermented drink makers still committed to following an ancient method of wild fermentation.

Our Promise

Integrity matters. All of our drinks are rigorously made to the same high standards.

Raw & Unpasteurized
Non-GMO
Gluten-Free
Vegan