Kombucha is a sweetened black or green tea that is slightly effervescent, and fermented with a range of health benefits, being highly nutritious, removes body toxins and even enhances one’s gut function.

The taste varies according to the duration of fermentation, which is usually 7-30days. It usually has a very rich and earthy flavour, slightly sweetened and mild when brewed for a shorter duration while have a really strong vinegar-like taste when brewed for a longer period.

Kombucha is a drink that promotes better health, by detoxification of one’s body and boosting one’s immunity.

Kombucha is a highly hydrating drink that equates to the 8-10 glasses of water. It is advised that a half a glass of kombucha (approximately 120ml) is appropriate to fulfil hydration needs.

Kombucha is easily prepared at home & is as easy as preparation of a cup of tea!! All you need is water, sugar, a premium kombucha SCOBY and the right fermentation jar.

Kombucha is easily prepared at home & is as easy as preparation of a cup of tea!! All you need is water, sugar, a premium kombucha SCOBY and the right fermentation jar.

Sugar is not a compulsion. It’s the easiest to ferment, therefore the most popular choice. However one can use honey(processed), molasses, agave, Stevia or Xylitol. Raw honey is a big No! That is because raw honey have their own set of microorganisms that might adversely affect the tea when they have interaction with SCOBY!

Herbal Tea is prepared using essential oils, which might degrade or mutate the kombucha culture. However, the tea is not essentially rich in nutrients which are required for the kombucha culture to flourish. Nitogen, tannins, polyphenols are some of the nutrients required to keep the culture active.

Novice brewers often mistake the layer of SCOBY formed on kombucha for mold. To keep this culture active, use green tea or black tea(~25%) to replenish it

It has a lifespan of about 3 months. Even if commercially available, it could be used for over a month more than one brewed at home.

Kombucha is not harmful if expired. The expiration means that the tea just losses it’s flavour and acquires a more sour vinegar like taste, which is more like an acquired taste for kombucha lovers.

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