Learn How to Brew Your Own Kombucha

Many people in my family suffer from auto-immune diseases, and since gut health is so important to maintaining a healthy immune system, I decided to start brewing my own Kombucha.

For the last 5 years I have gotten pretty good at brewing kombucha, and even started hosting brewing classes in my home, and selling starter SCOBYs all over the country.

I have been asked many times to share my recipe and techniques, so I decided to create this Kombucha Kit that will give you everything you need to get started brewing your own Kombucha at home.

“The class was super easy to follow! It was fun learning from Corissa, as always! She answered all my questions. After a couple batches, I had the process down easily and everyone is always impressed when I say I make my own. Also, WELL WORTH the money! Way cheaper to make fresh tasting, homemade kombucha!”

Rochelle K

Here's what you get in the Kombucha Kit:

  • Starter SCOBY

       A SCOBY is actually an acronym for Symbiotic Culture Of

        Bacteria and Yeast. It’s the living home for bacteria and

        yeast to transform your tea into a yummy, fizzy drink

        creating healthy bacteria for your body! 

  • Starter Liquid

        ​The starter liquid is already made kombucha. This has the

        healthy bacteria needed to help the SCOBY produce a full

        batch of Kombucha!

  • Instructional Videos

       I have included instructional videos that will take you

        step-by-step through the entire process​

  • Recipe

       The recipe is for handy use as you watch the video you 

        can read along!  ​

FAQ

Q: Does water really matter?
A: YES! I cannot express this enough. Make sure it’s filtered or purified.

Q:
Where do you find a glass jar?
A: Walmart is the cheapest. Or search online for cookie jars and then just not use the top.

Q:
Can the glass jar have a spicket?
A: Yes, but not ideal with the spicket being plastic and the rubber washer that is there against

    the glass.

Q:
Do I have to make 2 gallons?
A: Nope! You can cut the recipe in half and purchase a 1 gallon jar.

Q:
After my first batch do I have to brew again right away?
A: No you don’t have to brew right away. Make sure to store your scoby with 1 cup of liquid in a

    glass mason jar with a coffee filter on top so it can breathe.

Q:
After I batch out my kombucha do I put it in the refrigerator?
A: Yes

Q:
How much should I drink?
A: When starting off drinking kombucha drink 3oz every other day for a couple weeks and

    increase to everyday and progress from there. Same with children.

Q:
Is kombucha safe for children?
A: Yes- read question “How much should I drink?”

Q: What does it taste like?

A: Fizzy, sweet, and a little sour