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Learn what kombucha is, how to make your own at home for less, why the tea you use matters and where to find a SCOBY of your own. Learn what you need to get started and get tips on flavoring the best tasting kombucha. In this session, the Teatulia team will walk you through the first fermentation process of kombucha brewing.

Teatulia Organics’ garden-to-cup teas from Bangladesh not only taste good but also do good: for the land, for the people, and for the environment. The Teatulia tea garden was created as a social enterprise designed to create jobs in a remote and impoverished region of Bangladesh. All tea sales support our cooperative, which introduced a revolutionary new economic model to the region. Teatulia garden-direct teas are grown with love, free from pesticides, and are some of the freshest, best-tasting teas out there.

You can download Susan’s very helpful and thorough guide to making kombucha here, which includes an ingredient list (page 12), full directions (page 13), and answers to many of your questions! Learn more about Teatulia and stock your tea shelf with Teatulia’s single garden direct teas. If you are in the Denver area, head to the Teatulia Tea Bar for a kombucha kit and all your tea needs!

Materials Needed

  • 6-8 Teatulia black tea bags
  • 6-8 Teatulia green tea bags
  • 1 cup of organic cane sugar
  • SCOBY
  • 1 gallon of filtered water (not tap)
  • Kettle or pot to brew tea
  • Stirring spoon
  • Wide mouth gallon glass vessel
  • Breathable cloth
  • Rubberband