Kombucha Recipe

Kombucha is a naturally fizzy and refreshing beverage that has been around for thousands of years. It is made from tea, sugar and bacteria (yep, sounds weird but it’s true!) and has been known to help with digestion, detoxification and many other health benefits.

Kombucha has been around since at least the 5th century in China where it was called “The Tea of Immortality” because of its health benefits. Since then it has spread across Europe and North America with many different names such as Manchurian mushroom, kambucha tea or tschambucco.

Kombucha Recipe By Kombucha Kamp

Kefir is another fermented drink which also comes from Eastern Europe and shares some similarities with kombucha. Both are made by fermenting sweetened tea (or milk) with beneficial bacteria and yeast strains which produce carbon dioxide (CO2) during fermentation. The CO2 bubbles give both drinks their fizzy texture and helps to improve gut health because of how it aids digestion – this process is known as probiotics!

Kombucha Recipe By Kombucha Kamp

Kombucha is a fermented sweet tea that has been around for thousands of years. It has been used as a remedy for everything from stomach problems to energy boosting and detoxification. The SCOBY (Symbiotic Colony Of Bacteria and Yeast) is the magic in this recipe. The SCOBY is what turns sweet tea into kombucha and gives it all of its health benefits! There are so many ways to make kombucha and the most important thing is to have fun with it! You can experiment with different teas, fruits and spices until you find the perfect combination for you!

1 gallon organic unfiltered apple cider vinegar

1 cup organic sugar (white or brown) – OR – 1 cup white sugar + 2 Tablespoons molasses (for more of an “authentic” taste)

1 large piece of fresh ginger root about 4″ long OR 1 Tablespoon dried ginger powder

4 organic black tea bags (or 4 cups boiling water steeped with 4 bags)

Large bowl or pot with enough water to cover your kombucha vessel*

Glass gallon jar with airlock lid**(or any size jar that fits

Kombucha Recipe By Kombucha Kamp

This is a great recipe for making kombucha at home.

Kombucha is a fermented tea drink that contains probiotics and is rumored to be good for your gut health. It’s also said to help with allergies, arthritis, insomnia, and more!


1 gallon water (filtered)

Kombucha Recipe By Kombucha Kamp

Kombucha is a fizzy, fermented tea that has been used for thousands of years. It’s made by adding sugar to a culture of yeast and bacteria, which are known as “kombucha mushrooms.” The bacteria eat the sugar and produce acid, which helps to cleanse the body.

Kombucha is thought to help with digestion, boost energy levels and improve overall health. It can also provide some protection against illness when taken regularly.


1/2 cup sugar (coconut sugar or rapadura sugar work well)

1 quart water

5 tea bags (black tea) or 1/2 cup loose leaf tea (such as green tea)

3/4 cup starter liquid from previous batch or store-bought kombucha (3% acidity)

Kombucha Recipe By Kombucha Kamp

1 gallon filtered, spring water, room temperature (about 73°F)

1/2 cup organic cane sugar, organic evaporated cane juice or organic rapadura sugar

1/2 teaspoon starter tea (from a previous brew), or 1-2 tablespoons of loose-leaf tea. If using a commercial kombucha drink, use 1/4 cup of the liquid from the bottle.**

1 kombucha SCOBY (also referred to as a “mother,” “mushroom” or “mush”)

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