Viennese Heirloom Kombucha Scoby

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Where to buy Viennese Kombucha Scoby

Looking where to buy Viennese Kombucha Scoby? Look no further! Viennese Kombucha is a fermented drink which originates from Vienna, the capital of Austria. This variety differs because it has been adopted to brew Kombucha using Darjeeling tea. This changed the bacterial makeup completely of the Kombucha Scoby originally used. Creating this unique heirloom variety of the Kombucha Scoby. You can buy Viennese Heirloom Kombucha Scoby from our shop here. You can find full instructions on how to use your Viennese Kombucha Scoby here

The Viennese Heirloom Kombucha Scoby ferments very slowly. This leads us to believe it has only recently been adopted to work with Darjeeling tea. It brews a delicious, fruity tasting Kombucha with the added benefits that come from drinking Darjeeling tea. In a very short space of time, Viennese Kombucha has become our personal favourite here at Freshly Fermented. We absolutely love it!

A single purchase of our Viennese Heirloom Kombucha Scoby can provide you with a lifetime supply of Viennese Kombucha

We are proud to have the Viennese Heirloom Kombucha Scoby in our collection. It is no more difficult to work with than normal Kombucha. You will find Darjeeling tea easy to purchase in the majority of high street supermarkets. We find the Viennese Heirloom Kombucha Scoby grows slower than a traditional Kombucha Scoby and can take an extra few days to ferment. We trust that if you purchase the Viennese Heirloom Kombucha Scoby from us, you keep the original heirloom variety pure by only ever feeding it Darjeeling tea.

What is Darjeeling tea?

Darjeeling in north east India isn’t easy to get to. Even the famous antique train has to wind its way carefully through valleys and around mountains to get there. But the cup of golden Darjeeling tea once you arrive makes it all worthwhile.  It’s known as the Champagne of teas and we definitely think it’s a reason to celebrate. The combination of first & second flush teas in this blend gives a beautiful, unique & delicate flavour.

Each order contains an Viennese Kombucha Scoby as a starter culture. Viennese Kombucha Scoby multiply reasonably fast, and a single purchase of a Viennese Kombucha Scoby can provide you with a lifetime supply of Kombucha. You can find full instructions on how to get started with your purchase and additional information on our page here.

The exact size of each Viennese Kombucha Scoby can vary. We always ensure healthy, newly formed Viennese Kombucha Scoby are delivered. We aim for a minimum 10cm width and 1cm thick scoby to be sent on each order, but often then are larger than this. As Viennese Kombucha Scoby growing is not an exact science, we can’t guarantee they will all grow to the exact same size. Each order is shipped with approximately 100ml of starter tea. Where to buy Viennese Kombucha Scoby.

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Weight 300 g


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If you have more than one fermenting food culture at home, we recommend that you keep them at least 1 metre apart from each other at all times. This is to stop cross contamination of the different cultures. If you are working with dairy in particular, this is very important. Please contact us is you require further assistance with fermenting more than one culture.