Find your new favorite kombucha flavors in our extensive collection of kombucha recipes. Our best kombucha flavors have come from the flavor ideas of our kombucha experts, and we're thrilled to share them with you. The right kombucha flavoring ideas make this already healthy and probiotic-filled refreshment appeal to almost anyone.
There are two ways to enhance your kombucha with chia seeds - with dry chia seeds or with chia seeds in gel form. Choose whichever recipe fits your schedule and enjoy the delicious, fermented kombucha with.
Kombuchacoffee provides an alternative both to your regular kombuchaand your morning coffee. When using a scoby to make kombucha coffee, there are some special considerations to keep in mind.
Extra kombucha scobys can pile up quickly if you are an avid kombucha brewer. When you tire of composting those scobys, try one of our methods for making a batch of scoby candy. It's a delicious, gummy, probiotic treat!
This grapefruit-flavored kombucha is reminiscent of a grapefruit-flavored soda. Be sure to use freshly brewed kombucha in this recipe and cap the lid tightly to create a refreshing carbonated finished product.
Lemon and ginger are, individually, two amazing flavors. Together they are incredibly complementary, imparting a bright spiciness that works so well with the tang of kombucha.
This recipe combines a common spice blend – pumpkin pie spice – with a bit of extra kick from fresh ginger to create a spicy fall pumpkin flavor.
Flavoring kombucha is a fun way to keep your family excited about culturing. One of the easiest ways to make flavored fruity kombucha is to use fruit juice.
Strawberries, fresh and sweet, lend a light fruitiness to kombucha. Strawberry-flavored kombucha is available commercially and is usually made with a strawberry puree of some sort. This strawberry kombucha, on the other hand, is made with a handful of fresh, plump berries.
Using whole fruits instead of store-bought juice for the 2nd fermentation is less expensive, more accessible, and simple since you can just use whatever fruit you happen to have lying around. Try it poured over ice for an incredibly refreshing summer drink.
It is often hard to find a salad dressing to accompany an Asian-inspired meal, as the usual American dressings just don’t seem to fit. Try this sweet-spicy dressing heavily dosed with healthful ginger and garlic. It also uses kombucha vinegar for an added probiotic bonus!
Kombucha that has fermented a bit too long makes a great addition to meat marinades. This combination of flavors works really well with chicken.