Ming Qian White Bärbucha Kombucha
Aktualisiert: 29. Apr.
Our first white tea Kombucha is made with an exceptional tea called Ming Qian Wild Arbor Tips.
This particular tea comes from Dehong in Yunnan Province, China.
This tea is made from undeveloped tea buds which are hand picked from wild tea bushes in March.
After picking they are sun dried and processed as white tea.
The tea that comes from steeping those buds is unlike any other tea. It is very fruity, with both orange and tropical notes.
Because this tea is picked by hand from wild bushes, it's a bit expensive, with the price hovering around 150 € a kilo.
Taste-wise, it's worth it. Both as a tea and as Kombucha.
We steep it gently for about 20 minutes to get the most flavor out of it.
And then, it gets transformed, with the help of one of our lively cultures, into an exceptional drink. We mark the production date on the bottles.
We have tried it after 6 months and it was even more exceptional in flavor. This tea also make a very bubbly booch. Just like a Champagne.
Definitely worth trying it out.
Curious how it tastes. Stop by at our Kombucha Cafe and pick up a bottle.
Currently, we are on the October 18th batch, so it's already a 2 months old brew.
Ingredients: Filtered & Revitalized Water, Live Kombucha Cultures, Unrefined Brown Sugar, Ming Qian Wild Arbor Tips