Chamomile Kombucha

Chamomile Kombucha

green tea kombucha recipe If you like the soothing effects of chamomile tea, you have got to try this! Floral with notes of citrus, this blend is calming and flavorful—just like the tea itself. The lighter tones of green tea kombucha allow the delicate flavor of chamomile to be the star of this drink. Unlike regular chamomile tea, this infusion offers a slight caffeine kick to keep you energized. It’s still the perfect remedy for a gray day.
  • 4 teaspoons dried chamomile flowers

  • 6 ounces freshly squeezed lemon juice

  • 15¼ cups green tea kombucha

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  1. Divide the chamomile among the bottles, adding about ½ teaspoon per 16-ounce bottle.
  2. Divide the lemon juice among the bottles, adding about 1 tablespoon per 16-ounce bottle.
  3. Using a funnel, fill each bottle with the green tea kombuch
    a, leaving about 1 inch of headspace in each bottleneck.
  4. Leave the bottles on the counter in a warm location, about 72°F, to ferment for 48 hours.
  5. Refrigerate 1 bottle for 6 hours, until thoroughly chilled. Open the bottle (over the sink) and taste your kombucha. If it is bubbly to your satisfaction, refrigerate all the bottles and serve once chilled. If it is not there yet, leave the unopened bottles to sit for another day or two and try again. Once your desired effervescence and sweetness are achieved, refrigerate all the bottles to stop fermentation.

DID YOU KNOW?

Chamomile’s anti-inflammatory properties have been used since the times of ancient Greece, Rome, and Egypt. In the Middle Ages, it was a common treatment for countless conditions, including asthma, fevers, nausea, and skin diseases. It is also used as a sleep aid and functions as an antiseptic, antispasmodic, antibacterial, antifungal, and antiallergenic agent. When used therapeutically, the flowers are dried and then steeped in a liquid.

“Chamomile Kombucha”

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