The Ancient Elixir of Immortality

Kombucha is a fermented and slightly effervescent tea known primarily for its probiotic / digestive health benefits. The basic process of brewing kombucha is simple - a base of green or black tea is brewed with sugar - once the sweet tea has cooled to room temperature, it is added to a jar with the SCOBY (Symbiotic Culture Of Bacteria and Yeast). The SCOBY is the "mother" culture, similar to the culture used in vinegar, beer and wine making. The SCOBY sits in the tea for 7-14 days, converting the sugars into acetic acids, making the tea both sour, alive and full of probiotics!  

SCOBY's are living and multiply when given the right conditions. Boochy Mama's grows and divides the cultures and teaches the community how to brew their own kombucha at home. This knowledge can empower and transform an individual or a family's health and well being for the better!

Check out our Events page and Facebook to find out about the next Kombucha Brewing Workshop.


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