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Make Herbal Tea or Infuse Your Brew

Certified organic and kosher, sip away on these sweet flowers!

Buttery sweet and equally aromatic, we give the tea and kombucha world one of our favorite additions to our brews and blends: Chamomile Flowers! Chamomile has always been an extremely popular tea and flavor infusion and is ideal for unwinding and relaxing. Chamomile tea is non caffeinated, so you can enjoy a glass or cup of tea any time of day and sink deeper into blissful relaxation with each sip.

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Deliciously Aromatic

Chamomile: Apple-like Sweetness with Floral Aromas

Level up your plain kombucha, water kefir, kvass or ginger sodas! Did you know you can add most herbal teas and tisanes right into your primary kombucha without harming your SCOBY? Try adding chamomile in black tea and rooibos to layer delicious sweet, buttery flavor right from your kombucha jar. Want to add more flavor? Chamomile is also a great flavor enhancer during the secondary fermentation of your favorite fermented beverages. Add 1 tsp dried chamomile per 16 oz jar, add fermented liquid (kombucha, kefir, kvass, etc) and let ferment for 3-5 days at room temperature with the caps on tightly.

Combine With Your Favorite Tea And Sweetener

Flavor profile: Mild, buttery, sweet

Blend With Rooibos To Make A Delicious And Unique Caffeine-free Kombucha, Or Replace Some Of The Black Or Green Tea With Chamomile For A Spin-off Traditional Kombucha. And for an on-the-spot chamomile concoction, a hot cup of chamomile tea can refresh the body without having any of the stimulant effects of caffeine or other purines.

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Elevate Your Homebrews

The beauty of Kombucha is all the variables that go into it, from time and temperature to tea, flavor infusions, and sweeteners. Use Fermentaholics Chamomile to expand your brewing horizons - infuse with green tea and honey for your next batch of Jun or combine with black tea and sugar to see the effects of chamomile on your brew's flavoring. With Fermentaholics, You Can Brew It!

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September, 2021

No. 106 (9)

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