- YOU WILL RECEIVE A HEALTHY, WELL-DEVELOPED JUN SCOBY IN 2-CUPS OF STRONG STARTER TEA - ENOUGH TO BREW ONE GALLON OF JUN TEA – SIMPLY ADD YOUR SCOBY TO HONEY SWEETENED GREEN TEA AND LEAVE IT ALONE FOR 7 DAYS.
- GENUINE MOTHER JUN SCOBY MADE WITH USDA CERTIFIED ORGANIC PREMIUM QUALITY GREEN TEA & HONEYJUN TEA IS THE HEALTHIER VERSION OF KOMBUCHA AS IT USES HONEY INSTEAD OF SUGAR AND IS KNOWN AS “THE CHAMPAGNE OF KOMBUCHA” DUE TO ITS EFFERVESCENT CRISP TASTE, NOT AS TART AS KOMBUCHA.
- BOOKLET INCLUDED WITH DETAILED EASY-TO-FOLLOW BREWING INSTRUCTIONS PLUS 24/7 CUSTOMER SUPPORT TO GUIDE YOU THROUGH THE PROCESS.
- YOUR SCOBY WILL ARRIVE IN A VACUUM SEALED FOOD GRADE BAG VIA EXPEDITED MAIL
Jun tea is not commercially made and sold in stores
It is a healthier version of Kombucha because it uses honey instead of sugar
Jun tea has a crisp delicious, slightly sweet and less vinegary taste than kombucha tea
In addition to the amazing flavor and health benefits, it takes less time to brew!
Directions on how to brew Jun tea from the convenience of your own home, you will need:
A one-gallon glass jar,
8 tea bags of green tea
1 cup of honey
Boil 3/4 of a gallon of water in a big pot on your stove, turn off the heat and steep your 8 teabags in it for 5 minutes, add 1 cup of honey, stir until dissolved.
At this point, you’ve made a nice batch of delicious hot tea, so treat yourself to a cup of it, you need to test for quality, am I right?
Allow the remainder cool off to room temperature before pouring it into your sanitized glass gallon jar and add the Scoby.
The key ingredient in Jun tea is the Scoby, which is an acronym for ‘Symbiotic Colony of Bacteria and Yeast.’
It feeds off the honey and turns it into Jun tea.
Cover the opening of the glass jar with a porous material, such as a paper towel, coffee filter, or a piece of cloth.
Fasten your cover onto the rim of the jar with a string or rubber band. Leave it for 7 to 10 days.
Start taste testing a small sample once per day after day ten to determine the perfect ratio of sweet and acidic for your palate.
Brewing your own Jun tea enables you to customize your Jun tea to your personal taste preference.
If you choose to do a second fermentation, use pressure rated glass bottles to trap the gas during this step to ensure carbonation.
Leave un-refrigerated for no more than 36-hours and then keep refrigerated.
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