Feature Friday: Mill Street’s Noble Earth

Noble Earth. Photo by Sam Foxwell.

Two and a half years ago, Joe Rakowksi opened up Noble Earth on Mill Street in Bristol Borough after 8 long years of research, practice, and patience. Since its opening, Noble Earth has been providing Lower Bucks and other communities with delicious kombucha, holistic health remedies and herbs, and a warm environment for every customer to enjoy.

“Using locally sourced wood among other materials, this revamped location truly offers itself as a space for the Bristol Borough Community and its many visitors.” States their website. 

Photo by Sam Foxwell.

Noble Earth provides homemade kombucha, hot and cold teas, vegan and gluten free baked goods, lab tested and approved CBD products, walls of every herb known to man, and other naturally made, organic products for consumers to enjoy.

“We have people that rely on this place for their CBD products and pain relief. A lot of people will come here to do their schoolwork, or to just talk to someone,” said Noah, a Kombucha bartender.

Noble Earth’s specialty is homemade Kombucha, created and crafted by Joe Rakowksi himself.

“Joe comes up with everything in the back,” Noah said. 

Noble Earth’s Kombucha flavors range from peach regalia to strawberry to any type of herb imaginable. Their newest kombucha brew is ‘Peach Regalia,’ made from peaches and habanero peppers. Noah describes the flavor of Peach Regalia as “mellow.”

Photo by Sam Foxwell.

“Because it’s heavy in probiotics, it’s really good for your colon and digestive system. It also really helps with heartburn,” Noah said. 

Noble Earth also actively participates in local events, charities, and activities, and even holds charity events in house. 

“We partner with Calm Waters down the street, we’re an advertising spot for a lot of people in the area, and just last week we had an event here for the epilepsy foundation,” Noah said. 

To learn more about what Noble Earth has on tap, check them out on Instagram, and be sure to head to their website for their hours and events.

WBCB’s Sam Foxwell contributed to this post.