Apple Cinnamon Kombucha

Updated: Jul 10, 2019

Required Ingredients and Equipment

To make flavored kombucha, you need to start with some plain kombucha. You can see my recipe for making kombucha tea here.

Once the fruit and spices are added, the kombucha is allowed to ferment for 2 days on the counter to develop the flavors and create a bit of fizz.

Mason jars work well for making these flavored kombucha drinks. If you want your kombucha to be extra fizzy, Fido jars work well.  


Apple Cinnamon Kombucha

This apple cinnamon kombucha tastes like tart apple cider.  It is refreshing and delicious! Makes 1 quart

  • 2/3 cup peeled, diced sweet-tart apples (such as Fuji)

  • 1/4 tsp ground cinnamon, or 1/4 of a cinnamon stick

  • 3&1/2 cups finished kombucha tea

  1. Combine all ingredients in a quart mason jar. 

  2. Cover tightly and allow to ferment for 1-2 days at room temperature. 

  3. Transfer to the refrigerator.  If the apple cinnamon kombucha will not be consumed within a few days, its a good idea to strain out the apples before you store the kombucha in the fridge.

  4. Since the apples are fairly flavorless after the fermentation process, strain them out before serving the kombucha.  If you want the apple cinnamon kombucha to be more sweet like apple cider, feel free to stir in a bit of maple syrup into each glass.




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