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Grapefruit Mint Kombucha
When I was a little girl my dad loved grapefruits so much he bought special grapefruit spoons and knives that has edges to cut the grapefruits with. I developed a great love for grapefruits and during the month of April and May I try to have a grapefruit or its juice each day. I like to use bottled juice with this recipe because it gives a better, less strong flavor and doesn't cause explosions. If you do use fresh grapefruit juice, only ferment 2-5 days.~Donna
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Ingredients
  • 1-2large mint sprigsfresh
  • 2ounces grapefruit juicebottled is preferred
  • 14ounces Kombuchaplain
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Instructions
  1. Add your grapefruit juice and mint sprig to a 16 oz bottle.
    Add your grapefruit juice and mint sprig to a 16 oz bottle.
  2. Add 14 ounces of Plain Kombucha to the bottle leaving a small amount of room (about 1 inch) at the top.
    Add 14 ounces of Plain Kombucha to the bottle leaving a small amount of room (about 1 inch) at the top.
  3. Cap your bottle and allow to ferment for 5-10 days (less time if your house is above 75 degrees).
  4. Once ready, you can drink or refrigerate for storing.
    Once ready, you can drink or refrigerate for storing.
Recipe Notes

Make sure you use good bottles made for brewing. Check your bottles often by opening them so they don't explode.

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