Do you like to flavor your own Kombucha or would you like to learn how? If so you are going to love this Lemon Lavender Kombucha Recipe!
Lemon Lavender Kombucha is not only delicious and nutritious, but soothing and relaxing thanks to the calming properties of the lavender!
Lemon Lavender Kombucha Recipe!
Kombucha is very popular in my home! And everyone has their favorite flavor.
This Lavender Lemon Kombucha is my daughter’s favorite!
As an Aromatherapist Lavender is a scent that I am very familiar with and that I use a lot when creating essential oil blends.
It is so calming and relaxing!
Why not incorporate these properties into foods?! Why not add this soothing and delicious flower to Kombucha?
It tastes great, and helps promote peace and tranquility!
You will love this floral flavor!
Before you begin!
How To Make Kombucha Tea
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Continuous Brew Kombucha
The Continuous Brew System is the best and easiest way to make Kombucha.
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Ok, first let’s go over our ingredients and supplies.
If you are using the Continuous Brew System this will be really easy!
With it’s easy fill spout, filling bottles is a dream!
I usually use bottles that I have saved from store bought Kombucha, or you can purchase these glass bottles that are the same size.
I also want to start experimenting with these swing top glass bottles to see if they will make a more fizzy second ferment.
Dried lavender flowers are so easy to add to your Kombucha!
And the lavender flowers that I use smell heavenly!
I love to inhale deeply from the bag when I open it to add to my Kombucha:)
3. Fresh Squeezed Lemon Juice
Fresh lemon juice is the best!
Store bought lemon juice often contains preservatives which are not only harmful for you, but will be harmful for the Kombucha bacteria as well.
How To Flavor Kombucha
Ok, now that you have your few ingredients, let’s make delicious Lavender Lemon Kombucha!
1. First, add 3 tsps. of dried lavender flowers to each bottle.
This is a matter of preference. I was really happy with the flavor using 3 teaspoons, but you can use more or less if the flavor isn’t what you want it to be.
2. Next add 1 tablespoon of lemon juice per bottle.
3. The last ingredient that you need to add is your prepared Kombucha!
Fill it all the way to the top.
4. And finally, you are going to screw on the lids and put your bottles in a dark cabinet.
You want to allow your Kombucha to complete it’s second ferment. This will take anywhere from one to three days.
You need to leave it for at least a full 24 hours to give the Kombucha time to eat a portion of the natural sugars in the flavorings.
Of course the flavorings we are using today do not contain sugar like fruit juices do, so you really only need to leave it long enough to achieve the flavor that you want.
Leaving it too long will cause it to become vinegary because of the lack of sugar.
If you want a more mild flavor then let it sit for 24 hours. If after 24 hours the flavor isn’t strong enough for your taste, then let it sit another day.
The longer you leave it the more fizzy it will be.
But do not leave it longer than the three days. Leaving it longer than the three days will increase the alcohol content of your Kombucha, making it unsafe for children.
And that’s it!
Wasn’t that easy?
Do you love the aroma and taste of Lavender?
I can’t wait for you to try this amazing flavor in your Kombucha! I know that you’ll love it!
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Hey! I noticed the bottles you linked above to put your finished product of kombucha in have stainless steel lids. I thought you weren’t supposed to have your kombucha reacting with metals of any kind? I do like these bottles though.. is it still ok to use them?
Hi Reanna, While metal should be avoided with kombucha, stainless steel is actually safe to use. You can actually buy stainless steel brewers that are made for kombucha. However any other metal should be avoided.