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Newman’s Own Organics Royal Tea, Organic Black Tea!
500 black tea bags for less than $30!
This is such a great deal! I use this tea to make my own kombucha. I am saving so much money now that I am making my own kombucha, but I am saving even more now that I found this amazingly cost effective product.
Wholesome Sweeteners Organic Fair Trade Sugar!
This sugar makes my kombucha taste soooo good and it lasts soooo long!
Kombucha Kamp Genuine KOMBUCHA CULTURE!
1 Lrg SCOBY + 1 Cup Strong STARTER LIQUID – Makes 1 Gallon
And, of course, you can’t forget your SCOBY! Kombucha Kamp provided me with a large, thick SCOBY, which has lasted me several months and counting.
These products will provide you with everything you need to make delicious kombucha for months on end! They are absolutely worth the investment.
How to make kombucha – condensed from Kombucha Kamp directions, which come with the SCOBY they send you:
1. Boil 4 cups water
2. Steep 4 to 6 tea bags for 7 to 15 minutes in a ceramic vessel (like a large tea or coffee cup) or a container that is able to withstand heat. Do not put how water into a glass jar, it will crack and break eventually like mine did after about 4 batches.
3. Discard tea bags or add to compost pile and dissolve 3/4 cup to 1 cup of sugar in the tea.
4. Fill a gallon glass or ceramic container with around 8 cups room temperature filtered water and pour in sweet tea. Make sure temperature is room temperature before adding SCOBY.
5. Add SCOBY and starter liquid to container and leave two inches at top of jar.
6. Cover with clean cheesecloth or dish towel and make sure to secure with a rubberband so that insects are not able to enter.
7. Let sit in a dark cabinet for 7 to 21 days.
8. Bottle and let sit another week or two. It is optional to add fruit or fruit juice at this point to increase the deliciousness and fizziness. I like it plain or with fresh, raw ginger.
9. Drink with enthusiasm and joy!
Kombucha recipes from Kombucha Kamp are found here.
Thank you for reading!