Store Locator is loading from Storemapper store locator Can’t find us? We are always available on the websites below! We are always available on the websites below!.Get some kombucha from a friend, or buy a bottle from a local health food store. As a side note, I increasingly find that not allnds of kombucha will be successful though. Some big North Americannds are rumoured to be treating their kombucha to make it more stable for shipping, and this means it won’t be as effective for our SCOBY growing purposes. Where possible, I recommend choosing less mainstream, more local kombuchands. If given a choice, go for an unflavoured bottle..Why not just buy a SCOBY? Kombucha starter cultures aren’t super expensive, but it is way more rewarding to watch the SCOBY grow. It starts out as just a bit of sludge in the bottom of a kombucha bottle and within one to three weeks you will have a grown up SCOBY to your own..The tea will ferment and you’ll have a couple liters of kombucha. Every two weeks make a new batch of sweet tea and transport the scoby and some of the brewed kombucha to the jar. With each batch the scoby will grow another layer. After a few batches you’ll have to discard some layers to keep it healthy..
Hi, I have been making the Kombucha tea for about a year now and truly love it! My question is, when the second fermenting with the fruit comes of time, do you have to put in closed jars, or can you add the fruit to the tea after removing the SCOBY and ferment in the same jar with a cloth on top, or does it not work like that after adding the fruit?.Kombucha Culture Rant!! Okay, how come this thing has so many names?!?! A Kombucha culture is a living thing or at least it is home to many living things that is put into sweet tea to ferment and convert it into Kombucha tea. It might be known as a Kombucha mushroom, Kombucha starter, Kombucha SCOBY, Kombucha Mother or even Kombucha .