- 1/2 cup of cranberriesfresh
- 1/2 cup of cranberry juice100%
- 1 1/4 cup of orange juicefresh
- 1/2 cup of water
- 3 Tablespoons of honey
When the cold weather hits and the temperatures drop, you want a drink that will put you in the spirit and this is one recipe you are going to love. You will be using the fresh seasonal taste of cranberries and the delicious tangy taste of orange juice, along with some other simple ingredients, honey and water. When it starts getting cold, you can put this batch of kombucha tea together and enjoy.
Kombucha is making its way in to homes everywhere these days. Kombucha is not only a healthy drink but it has unlimited possibilities when it comes to flavoring. One ingredient in this recipe is cranberries.
Whether it is in the form of small cranberries or if it’s in the form of juice, cranberries have more to offer than many people give it credit for. Many know that cranberry juice is a home remedy for urinary tract infections but it is also offering much more than that. Cranberries may be able to help decrease the chances of developing cardiovascular disease, improve the overall health of your mouth, and slow down the progression of a tumor that may be invading the body. With that being said, this recipe calls for both cranberries and cranberry juice. In addition, cranberries carry vitamin C, E, K, fiber, and manganese to name a few.
Orange juice is another ingredient that you will find in this recipe. You may be wondering how orange juice is going to get along with cranberries once your taste buds get a hold of this drink but somehow and someway, it does.
Oranges are well known for their dose of vitamin C but they also help in other important ways such as lowering blood pressure, improving skin, decrease the chances of cancer developing, improve heart health, and more. Oranges and orange juice are very beneficial for daily consumption.
Prep the Cranberries
Place the cranberries and water in a pot
Add remaining ingredients
Add the other ingredients to the cranberries and water; orange juice, honey, and cranberry juice.
Cool it down
Pour Mixture into Kombucha
Now that everything is mixted together and cooled down, it's time to pour it into the kombucha after the kombucha has fermented for seven days. After you pour the mixture into the kombucha, allow it to set out at room temperature for another 24 to 36 hours.