Fermentaholics Organic Starter Scoby with Starter Culture

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woman meditating and drinking teaYour Fermentaholics Organic Starter Scoby with Starter Culture comes with everything you need to make a one gallon batch of Kombucha at home. Unlike the White Labs Scoby, this product is shelf stable, includes a starter, organic tea, and all the necessary nutrients to make your Kombucha. Kombucha's alleged health benefits have made this a popular drink among health conscious people. With prices for this relatively new beverage soaring, now is the time to make your own Kombucha. Namaste...

Kombucha is produced through using sugared tea and a symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeast, AKA Scoby, which is commonly called a "mother" or "mushroom." The yeast most often includes Saccharomyces cerevisiae in addition to other species which produce the alcohol. The bacterial component is most often Gluconacetobacter xylinus which oxidizes yeast produced alcohols to acetic acid. One of the reasons for the popularity of this drink are claims of probiotic properties.


  • Scobys are USDA Certified Organic & Kosher and grown in a fully licensed facility.
  • Your Scoby includes a hand-selected pellicle with 12 fl. oz. of mature, active starter tea at the perfect ratio for a 1 gallon batch. The starter tea is properly aged to ensure a healthy and successful brew.
  • Make your kombucha at home and reduce the need for single use store-bought bottles. Save money and help reduce your environmental footprint!

equipment kit


Kombucha Equipment Kit

If you are just getting started making Kombucha or want to step up your operation, an equipment kit is a good investment.

  • Wide mouth jar
  • Grommeted lid
  • Air-lock
  • Cheesecloth 
  • Tape thermometer
  • Mini-siphon
  • Tubing & clamp
  • Bottle filler
  • 5" funnel
  • pH strips
  • Sanitizer
  • Muslin bag
  • Swizzle spoon

wide-mouth-jug-56954-40292-2.jpgWide Mouth One Gallon Jug

This one gallon wide mouthed jug is perfect for making your Kombucha. For your initial ferment, simply cover it with some cheese cloth and a rubber band so gasses can escape. 

bottlesScrew Top 750 mL Bottles

Your Kombucha will require a short second ferment of 4-5 days. Screw cap bottles can be used with airlocks to allow gasses to escape and then replaced with screw caps for storage once the secondary process is complete. They come in a case of 12 and are handy if you like to make multiple batches or want give them away as gifts. Another option for bottling are flip top bottles if you want your Kombucha to be slightly effervescent. These can be used without the need for airlocks or stoppers. Just make sure you open them once per day during secondary to allow the gasses to escape. 

750-ml-stopper.pngStopper for 750 mL Bottle 

This stopper is made for a 750 mL bottle. It can be used with a standard universal airlock to safely allow your Kombucha to gas out. Once finished, remove the airlock and replace with a screw cap. 

screw capsScrew Caps 

When your Kombucha is ready to store, remove the airlock and replace with the screw cap pictured here. 



did you know?DID YOU KNOW?

Kombucha most likely originates in the Bohai Sea region of China. It spread west into Russia and then subsequently to the rest of Europe. It has has widely increased in popularity in the United States since the start of the 21st century.