As promised in my initial kombucha posts, the time has now come to write about flavoring this amazing beverage! Flavoring kombucha is easy – you just add the flavor at the same time as bottling and leave the bottles out of the fridge for 7-14 days before enjoying over some ice. I have tried a few different flavors and techniques to flavoring so here they are…
UI am currently mastering the art of carbonation which, let me tell you, has not been as simple as the rest of the kombucha journey has been. The fermenting times and flavors have been perfected but getting the bubbles is proving more of a task…. I think maybe because it’s been so cold in Melbourne lately and being an impatient person makes me not want to wait any longer than I should to get into my booch. But that’s another blog for another time! Update: Carbonation has been mastered, see part three of Making Kombucha to see my tips.
If you’re still in the early stages of making kombucha or still wondering if you should get in to making, have a look at my easy to follow kombucha recipe here. The story behind this recipe comes from Making Kombucha – Part One and Making Kombucha – Part Two if you want to have a read.
Happy kombucha brewing!