Making homemade kombucha is simple, easy, and inexpensive! Our kombucha starter kit includes everything you need to make your own homemade kombucha.
Easily make delicious kombucha for you and your friends, while saving money! Stop paying $3 to $5 for a bottle of commercial kombucha. It's easy and fun to make at home!
This kombucha making kit has taught thousands of new brewers how to make delicious kombucha on their own.
We have carefully perfected every element of the kit, to make your experience simple and enjoyable. Embark on the wonderful journey of home brewing kombucha!
Make your own kombucha with our complete homemade kombucha kit!
- Durable equipment: Our large jar is made of durable glass, built to last a lifetime. The 100% cotton filter is more durable and efficient than cheesecloth.
- Quality ingredients: organic green and black tea blend carefully crafted for optimal kombucha by Camellia Sinensis teahouse, comes in compostable bags.
- Inexpensive: make 6 litres of kombucha, the equivalent of 32 commercial bottles.
- Simple to use: clear instructions making for an easy experience.
- The perfect gift for any kombucha fan! The SCOBY can be stored for up to 6 months in the fridge, allowing you to ship and gift it without worry.
Save money by completing your kit with a kombucha SCOBY lovingly raised in Canada from organic ingredients (reusable and guaranteed by us)!
Two Kombucha Kit Options
Basic Kombucha Kit
Suitable if: you already have a kombucha SCOBY and only want the basics to get started (jar, cotton filter, organic tea, and instructions).
Complete Kombucha Kit
Basic kit + kombucha SCOBY
Suitable if: you are looking for everything you need to get started (most popular option).
What is Included:
Basic Kombucha Kit:
- Large solid glass jar (3.8L or 1 gallon)
- Organic tea blend (2 x 12g)
- Cotton cloth with elastic band
- Handbook with instructions
- All items of the basic kit
- Fresh kombucha SCOBY (ingredients: kombucha SCOBY and liquid culture, raised in Canada from quality organic ingredients and without GMOs)
Keep refrigerated before use
The starter was too weak and not enough for the size of the jug provided. I would recommend brewing a half batch with it first to create a strong starter .
Just received my kombucha kit and made a batch using your recipe for” almost sugar free kombucha”. The recipe calls for a rather long fermentation period which I will observe and monitor for pH and Brix #. I have read some scholarly articles regarding use of inulin instead of sugar for the first fermentation. This article shows that using inulin is very successful and takes much less time to ferment. Are you able to comment on this methodology? Here is article: https://research.kombuchabrewers.org/kombucha-production-using-extracted-inulin-from-jerusalem-artichoke-tuber
Hi Mireille, thank you for your review!
We've personally never tried it, so cannot comment from experience on it. However, it does look like it might be possible!
Fantastic kit! And very easy to brew your own kombucha.
J'ai acheté l'ensemble de kombucha pour ma mère afin de lui permettre de goûter au kombucha fait maison. Elle adore! Comble de bonheur, elle a déjà 2 scoby et elle prévoit faire 2 recettes plutôt qu'une seule. Elle me donne plus de conseils que je peux lui en offrir, car elle s'amuse à trouver ses prochaines recettes et à découvrir de nouveaux trucs. On s'amuse avec nos laboratoires respectifs!
I bought this book when it was released and it's one of the best purchases I've ever made in the cookbook I saw fermentation as an insurmountable and dangerous mountain, but the authors take us by the hand and reassure us with humor and good humor.The explanations are very clear, the many tips and varied recipes.And they show us that we do not need to buy tons of equipment to do well, often a good glass jar with lid is enough.
Since I bought the book, I have multiplied my fermentation experiences. I probably made one third of the book's recipes and I'm always satisfied. And I am now comfortable enough to improvise more, that is to say not to follow one of the recipes, but of course to respect the rules of fermentation explained at the beginning of the book.