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If you’ve landed here you’ve probably made the same (totally awesome) mistake I did. You bought a bottle of kombucha at the store, drank it, loved it and then did it again. Eventually you were buying a bottle for everyday of the week. That was until you realized your booch habit was wreaking havoc on your wallet.
So, you started researching how to make your own. Maybe you’ve already made your own. Maybe you’re like me and go google crazy to make sure you know everything only to become more confused. In my quest for brewing my own kombucha I came across words like Heirloom and Tibetan and had no idea how they related kombucha. Heirloom? I assumed it meant you got your kombucha from your grandma. It turns out there are different types of kombucha SCOBY strains (like Heirloom and Tibetan!) that can yield different results in your finished kombucha.