Strawberry, Honey & Rose Petals Kombucha Recipe

Nothing beats using fresh ingredients to flavour a freshly brewed kombucha! So, to celebrate summer, here’s a delicious strawberry, honey and rose petal-flavoured kombucha recipe for a refreshing probiotic-rich beverage.

Strawberry, Honey and Rose Kombucha Recipe

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Strawberry, Honey & Rose Petals Kombucha Recipe

To celebrate summer, here's a delicious strawberry, honey and rose petal-flavoured kombucha recipe for a refreshing probiotic-rich beverage.
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Preparation Time 15 mins
Fermentation Time 10 d
Course Drinks

Ingredients
  

Steps
 

Preparing the Kombucha

  • Add the teabags to the jar.
  • Pour 500ml (2 cups) of hot water.
  • Infuse tea for 15 minutes.
  • Add the sugar and stir until dissolved.
  • Add filtered water until you reach the 3 litre level.
  • Add the kombucha scoby.
  • Cover the opening with the cloth and secure with rubber band.

Fermenting the Kombucha

  • Ferment at room temperature for 10 to 15 days.
  • Taste your kombucha starting on the 5th day or before.
  • Repeat every 2 days until you like its sweetness-sourness balance. Wait until the mixture is a little more acidic than sweet, because you will be adding honey in the next step.

Preserving Your Scoby

  • Put the kombucha scoby and 350ml (1.5 cups) of kombucha (starter) aside in a jar. You can use them to brew your next batch.
  • Keep in the fridge for up to 6 months.

Flavouring Your Kombucha

  • Add the rose petals, honey and sliced strawberries to the plain kombucha, mix well, and cover the jar opening with the cloth cover.
  • Infuse 12 to 24 hours at room temperature.
  • Taste and add flavour to your taste. Don't be afraid to experiment! "Ooh! I have basil that looks beautiful; I could add it!"
  • Filter (or leave the rose petals and strawberries because it's pretty!)
  • Bottle in pressure-resistant bottles, and store at room temperature for a few days.
  • Test the pressure once a day.
  • Put in a cool place when the kombucha is sufficiently fizzy (be careful with the pressure).
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Kombucha fermenting in jar

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