Homemade Kombucha Probiotic Drink

Kombucha Probiotic Drink

Treat yourself to this energizing homemade Kombucha Probiotic Drink! By making your own probiotic drink, you’ll save money while enjoying all the gut-health benefits.

Gather Your Ingredients:

  • 1-gallon homebrewed kombucha
  • 1/2 cup fruit juice (pineapple, grape, cranberry)
  • 1/4 cup fresh berries

Prepare Your Drink:

  1. Pour the kombucha into a glass container with a tight-fitting lid.
  2. Stir in the fruit juice of your choice.
  3. Top with fresh berries.

Enjoy! 🍹

With probiotics from the kombucha and vitamins/minerals from fresh fruit, this do-it-yourself drink is perfect for an afternoon pick-me-up.


Berry Bliss: Blend in raspberries, blackberries, and a squeeze of lime.
Ginger Zing: Stir in sliced ginger and a splash of cranberry juice.

Nutrition Facts

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Servings: 4
Calories: 50 per serving
Country: America

Benefits of Probiotic Drinks

Homemade kombucha boosts gut health and immunity thanks to live probiotic cultures. Colorful fruits add antioxidants while natural sugars energize your day.

Necessary Equipment

  • 2-quart glass jar
  • Cheesecloth and rubber band
  • Spoon for mixing

A Refreshing History of Kombucha Probiotic Drinks

While kombucha may seem like a modern wellness trend, this fermented tea beverage has actually been enjoyed for centuries for its gut health and probiotic benefits.

Originating in ancient China and spreading worldwide via Silk Road traders, kombucha became popular as early civilizations observed its refreshing properties and ability to soothe digestive issues.

By the 1930s, kombucha houses had popped up across America selling it as a healing elixir.

Today it sees renewed interest as we learn more about the role probiotics play in immunity, metabolism, and whole-body wellness.

The Power of Probiotic Brews

Kombucha is loaded with probiotic bacteria like Lactobacillus and Acetobacter that colonize the gut for physiological support.

Regular consumption may boost digestive regularity, relieve occasional stomach upset, and support a balanced microbiome.

Research also links the probiotics in kombucha to promoting balanced immunity, heart health, skin glowing, and weight management.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q: How long will kombucha keep?
A: Refrigerated for 1-2 weeks. For longer storage, put it in cans.

Q: Any substitutes for fruit?
A: Try herbal tea, ginger, mint, or cucumber slices for variety.

Q: How is kombucha made?
A: Through fermentation of sweetened black or green tea with a SCOBY culture.

Q: What is a SCOBY?
A: The “symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeast” that ferments the tea into kombucha.

Your Homemade Kombucha journey awaits!

Pick up a SCOBY and start brewing your own kombucha at home today! Blending it with seasonal produce makes it a refreshing treat that supports gut and whole-body wellness.

With tangy homemade kombucha supplying gut-loving probiotics, these DIY drinks are a refreshing way to get your daily dose of goodness. Why not start your fermentation journey today?

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