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Morgenduft Bärbucha Kombucha

May 22, 2018

 The second most popular Kombucha in our Classic Line series is Morgenduft Kombucha.

 The name comes from the particular tea that we use to make this Kombucha. The tea is called Morgenduft tea & it's a popular breakfast tea in hotels in Germany. The name means "the scent of the morning" & it's a green tea that is mixed with flower petals. Some of the flowers mixed in this particular blend are: corn flowers, rose & sunflower petals.

 Because this particular Kombucha is very mild & also because the flowers give it nice floral notes, Morgenduft Bärbucha is quite popular among our customers, especially the first-time Kombucha drinkers. Fo that reason we call it a beginner's Kombucha.

 To make it, we steep the above mentioned Morgenduft tea in our filtered & revitalized water. Next we mix in our BIO unrefined brown sugar & when it cools down, we add our healthy & happy cultures. After fermenting it for about a week, our Kombucha is ready for bottling. 

Our cultures also love this tea & it shows with the new Scoby growth, which usually looks like this:

 As with all of our Kombucha, Morgenduft is fermented in small series in 10 L glass containers.

 

After the initial first fermentation (1F) our Morgenduft Kombucha goes into bottles.

 Next it undergoes the second fermentation (2F) to increase the natural CO2 formation in the bottles. Yes, we do not add any artificial CO2 to our Kombucha. All the bubbles in our Kombucha are all natural.

 After 24 hour 2F, our Kombucha is chilled to about 4 degrees C & it gets further conditioned for about a week. When that time is over, it is ready for retail.

 At this point, is time to enjoy it. So cheers!

 Morgenduft Bärbucha Kombucha is also available in 1 L bottles.

 Ingredients: Filtered & Revitalized Water, Live Kombucha Cultures, BIO Unrefined Brown Sugar & Morgenduft tea

 

 

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