9/12/20, Plain

We waited an extra 2 days (10 days total) as the large batch was not ready the medium batch was weak. They were better after two extra days.

We made 19 bottles of plain 2it both batches adding 1 tsp sugar.

9/2/20, Raspberry

The large batch was fizzy on the strong side but not too much. We made 12 bottles of raspberry kombucha using 1/3 cup pureed raspberries, 1/2 tbsp sugar.

Medium batch seemed just right we used 1 tsp sugar and made 8 regular sized bottles and 2 large.

We pulled the raspberries at 3.5 days slightly eruptive but manageable.

8/9/20, Plain Jane

We made 21 bottles of plain using both batches. Both were strong but the medium was very strong and vinegary. We used 1/2 Tbsp of sugar.

8/1/20, Concord Grape

The large batch was sweet and just right. We used 1/3 cup organic Concord grape juice and 1 tsp sugar and made 12 bottles.

The medium batch was very strong. We used 1/2 Tbsp sugar and made 10 regular sized bottles and 1 large.

We pulled the grape at 5 days and it was just right.

7/24/20, Plain


Both batches were a tad on the strong side so we used 1.5 tbsp of sugar per bottle for both batches. We made 21 regular sized bottles and one large……..

7/16/20, Mixed Berry

This is first batch which we moved both the medium and large container into the office where it’s darker. We were concerned about sunlight coming in from kitchen sun tunnel especially during the long summer days. We had a number of flat plain – while it could be the bottle tops we also noted that SCOBYs have been looking kind of shabby as of late. SCOBYs looked much improved after 8 days in the office.

The medium batch was just right. We used strawberries and blackberries pureed using 1/3 cup plus 1 tsp sugar to make 9 bottles.

The large batch was a tad weak but not bad. We made 13 plain using 1 tsp of sugar.

We pulled the mixed berry after 4 days and it was slow eruption but not bad. A bit on vinegary side.

7/8/20, Plain…again.

We forgot and the first fermentation went 9 days instead of the usual 8. Both batches were strong but not horribly vinegary. We made 21 bottles with 1 tsp of sugar each.