My favorite is to stuff some thawed, mashed frozen blueberries in the bottom of the bottle and then some fresh ginger, mmm...so refreshing and tasty. Or our other favorite is unsweetened cranberry juice and fresh ginger. Using juice is very economical and budget friendly since you only use 1/4 cup per bottle. Another money saver I discovered is buying bottled sparkling juices in the flip top bottles, letting the kids drink the contents and then soaking off the labels and reusing them. I found the bottles to be much cheaper that way ( and I'm paying for more than a bottle). I can get really large bottles that way and for around $2.00 a bottle I now have some nice 34 ounce bottles.
My children also enjoy "helping" me to bottle the Kombucha for the second ferment and look forward impatiently to when they can drink it!
One of my 2.5 gallon Jars.
My little one gallon jar.
Supplies to bottle the Kombucha.
My little 4 year "helper".
My helper showing a finished bottle ready for the second ferment.
Kombucha from one 2.5 gallon and the 1 gallon.
Blueberry Ginger and Apple Ginger Kombucha.
Apple Ginger Kombucha ready for the second ferment, so pretty!
Blueberry Ginger Kombucha ready for second ferment.Pin It