Pineapple Ginger Kombucha

Got any extra pineapple scraps lying around? Why not make some tropical kombucha? Inspired by tepache (a Mexican boozy pineapple based beverage), using scraps such as cores and peels infuses very well into kombucha in just a few days.

There are an infinite number of ways to flavor kombucha.

Pineapple Ginger Kombucha
Prep time
Fermentation time
Yield: 2 quarts/liters
  • 48 oz/ 1.5 liter ripe kombucha
  • ½ lb. pineapple cores or skins
  • 30g fresh ginger, sliced thin
  1. Add ingredients except kombucha into a half-gallon-sized jar or large-mouthed bottle with a lid (either a swing top or one with a cap which can tighten.)
  2. Top with kombucha.
  3. Wait 2-3 days, then remove scraps from bottle. Move to refrigerator.
  4. Serve chilled.


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