Kombucha │ Pippster's Starter Kit

Weight: 12 lbs 8 ozs
Price: $44.95
Kombucha │ Pippster's Starter Kit
Kombucha │ Pippster's Starter Kit
Kombucha │ Pippster's Starter Kit
Kombucha │ Pippster's Starter Kit
Kombucha │ Pippster's Starter Kit
Kombucha │ Pippster's Starter Kit
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What is a SCOBY?

If you're familiar with kombucha, you're probably also familiar with that leathery, pancake-like blob called a SCOBY. The acronym stands for symbiotic colony of bacteria and yeast. Due to its appearance, it is sometimes referred to as a "mushroom," although it is not technically a mushroom. Rather, it is the mother culture required to make kombucha tea. Not all kombucha mothers contain the exact same strains of bacteria and yeasts, but they all generally do the same work.

Using our kombucha starter kit you can brew your own kombucha. When combined with sweetened tea and fermented, the resulting kombucha beverage has a tart zing that can be flavored in a variety of ways.
  • Contains 1 kombucha culture (SCOBY). This is the same culture used for making High Gravity Brewing Company's Pippster Kombucha.
  • One-gallon wide-mouthed jar
  • Butter muslin and rubber-band to cover jar.
  • 8 16oz flip-top style glass bottles.
  • Requires white cane sugar, plain black tea for culturing.
  • Reusable culture - transfer the culture (SCOBY) from batch to batch.
  • With proper care, the culture can be used indefinitely to create delicious, fermented tea!
  • Instructions for using this culture are included.
Kombucha Starter Culture Ingredients
  • sugar, black tea, live active cultures.


Additional Details About the Kombucha Starter Culture

A kombucha starter culture consists of yeast and bacteria existing in a symbiotic relationship. When combined with sweetened tea and fermented for 7 to 30 days, the resulting kombucha beverage has a slightly carbonated zing and is packed full of B vitamins. 

Shipping and Storage Information

Our Kombucha Starter Culture is shipped in solution of black tea and sugar. It's best to keep refrigerated until you are ready make your first batch.

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