Take your second fermentation to the next level! These whole organic blueberries are bursting with bright, tart notes and powerful antioxidants. Blueberry makes a lovely kombucha flavor on its own or the perfect base for a multi-berry booch. 2.47oz/70g
Just a few of these berries per bottle will infuse your booch with a lovely violet color and deep blueberry flavor. Certified organic and freeze-dried at their peak, these berries maintain 99.9% of the nutritional value of freshly-picked fruit, without the high cost or mess of flavoring with fresh fruit.
How Concentrated Are They? 1 TBSP freeze dried blueberries = 8 TBSP fresh blueberries
How Do I Use Them? Drop the fruit pieces directly into your second fermentation vessel
How Much Do I Use? Use 1-2 teaspoons per 16 oz of kombucha. Start with less and learn over time how much flavor you prefer
What’s A Good Pairing? Try combining with raspberry, pineapple, fresh mint, ginger, or lemon
Ingredients: Organic Blueberries
Shelf Life: 18 months
USDA Organic Certified.
Freeze dried fruits have a number of benefits that make them an incredible alternative to fresh and frozen fruit when it comes to flavoring kombucha in a second fermentation.
Flash-frozen within hours of being picked, our line of freeze dried fruits are then dried using a state of the art vacuum technology that captures 99.9% nutritional density and flavor of freshly-harvested fruit. This means that in many cases, our freeze dried fruit is even more nutritionally dense than fresh fruit that was picked days or weeks before landing in your kitchen.
Freeze dried fruit is significantly concentrated. Just one tablespoon of freeze dried fruit is equivalent to between 7 and 11 tablespoons of fresh fruit! That makes it an incredibly cost-effective way to flavor your booch, while maintaining maximum flavor, nutrition, and color.
Freeze dried fruit makes a fantastic alternative to fresh and frozen berries in large part due to its shelf life. Each pouch is shelf-stable for up to 18 months in your pantry. You’ll always have fruit on hand when you’re ready to flavor your kombucha. No more messing with freezer-burned berries that have been in the back of your freezer for who knows how long, or watching a $6 pint of fresh organic berries spoil on your counter.
Ease of Flavoring:
Flavoring with freeze dried fruit is exceptionally easy -- it can simply be dropped into your second fermentation bottles. The freeze drying process allows the fruit to be absorbed more efficiently into your brew, infusing flavor better than fresh fruit without any of the chopping or peeling. No mess, no hassle, and no waste.