Apricot Flavored Kombucha

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Ingredients

5 Whole Apricots fresh organic, sliced
Kombucha

Apricot Flavored Kombucha

Apricots have a great taste and flavored in Kombucha, it can provide a unique balance of sweetness and tart to calm your taste buds and enjoy. When combined with the healthy Kombucha, apricot can make this drink even more healthier and delicious too. On the second fermentation, you will have a sweet fizzy drink that you will enjoy.

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Apricots have a delicious taste that can send your taste buds reeling. As a cousin to peaches, there are so many similar recipes that can be shared between peaches and apricots. Whether the apricots are dried, puréed, or straight off of the tree, they are delicious and nutritious in so many ways. Apricots are small with a golden orange flesh. They are normally picked fresh from the trees from May through August in the northern part of the United States.

If you have been experimenting with Kombucha and all the different flavor that can be added to this drink, then you have to try apricot. This small shaped fruit is loaded with beta-carotene as well as fiber that help your digestive system. When picked fresh, they are chalked full of vitamin C. Apricots are a great source for carotenoids which is needed for better eyesight.

When can add apricots or any other flavoring to your Kombucha on the start of the second fermentation. If you haven’t make Kombucha yet, you will want to try our basic Kombucha recipe here to get it started. This recipe is simple and easy to make.

Ingredients needed for Apricot Flavored Kombucha

• 5 whole apricots, fresh organic, sliced
• Kombucha
• Small funnel
• 6-8 oz. soda bottles, empty and washed thoroughly

Steps

1
Done
7 days

Prepare your batch of Kombucha

Before you begin to flavor your Kombucha, you will need to complete the first fermentation process following the recipe listed above. The flavoring will need to be added before the second fermentation begins. Once you have reached the end of the first fermentation, you will need to go to step 2.

2
Done
10 minutes

Prepare the Apricots for flavoring

Your apricots have been chosen for this recipe by you. They are most likely ripe and plump with excellent color. Wash the apricots thoroughly to make sure that you have all the dirt and dust off of them before you slice them.

3
Done
10 minutes

Slicing the Apricot

When slicing your apricot, first slice them in half and remove the pit. Then cut each half into several slices. Place the apricot slices evenly into each of the six empty washed out soda bottles you have prepared for this recipe.

4
Done
10 minutes

Adding Kombucha

Now that you have the apricots placed into each of the bottles, you are now ready to pour your Kombucha from your batch you started seven days ago. Pour enough Kombucha to the bottle to fill it up leaving only half an inch headspace. Then place the lids onto the bottles.

5
Done
3 days

Second Fermentation Process Begins

You will need to place the soda bottles in a dark place where they will maintain a steady temperature and remain out of any sunlight for three days. During this time, carbonation will take place in your Kombucha which I'll give it a fizzy appearance when you open the bottle. On the third day, you can check the bottles to see if they are ready by squeezing the soda bottle. If the bottle feels tight, then there is enough carbonation and your apricot flavored Kombucha is ready.

Now that your Kombucha is ready, you can keep the bottles inside the refrigerator until you are ready to drink.

Whether you are entertaining guests or just sitting on your porch watching the sun set, apricot flavored Kombucha is the perfect taste when you need a little sweetness.

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