A rare form of kombucha for fermentation with green tea and honey. 

  • The set includes:

    • Jun culture, which is grown on natural Lithuanian honey and Himalayan green tea
    • A strong starter liquid packed with Jun culture that is essential for successful fermentation
    • Natural Lithuanian honey for the first fermentation
    • Himalayan green tea for the first fermentation
    • Growing instructions
    • Email to answer your Jun kombucha growing questions.

    Looking for high-quality loose green tea for Jun production? In our green tea section, you will find a wide selection of teas. For the fermentation of Jun Kombucha, we recommend Himalayan Pine tea, which was used to grow Jun cultures.
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    What is Jun Kombucha?

    This rare form of Kombucha is also known as the champagne of all kombuchas. Jun Kombucha is a delicately delicious fermented drink made from green tea and honey instead of classic black tea and sugar. Jun Kombucha is a unique culture with its own benefits and taste characteristics. The taste is brighter and slightly milder than traditional kombucha. The color of the drink is very clear and pure. Jun's kombucha cultures can withstand slightly colder temperatures, making it an ideal choice for those living in cooler homes where traditional kombucha would have a harder time fermenting.

    In 2018, we brought the initial culture of Jun from a fermentation plant in Berlin and have been growing it in Lithuania until now. In this Tealure Jun Kombucha kit, you will find the ingredients that will allow you to make 1 liter of Jun kombucha in less than a week. Jun's culture grows every week, so you can share it with friends or increase the amount of fermented drink even for a lifetime. It is as easy to prepare at home as traditional kombucha. 

    Jun vs Kombucha

    JUN                                                                                                                 Kombucha

    Green tea and honey                                                                                      Black tea and sugar

    Softer, more delicate taste                                                                              Stronger, more expressive taste

    Optimum fermentation temperature 21° – 26°C                                             Optimum fermentation temperature 24° – 30°C

    Strongly carbonated                                                                                       Moderately carbonated