Adapts to a variety of experimental tea blends!

My first ordered Scobee was trained on black tea, but recent generations have adapted well to organic yerba mate, white and green tea brews with sugar, and other experimental combinations. The photo shows how new SCOBYs get lighter with white tea and yerba mate blends, similar in color to Jun. Old SCOBYs do well in SCOBY hotels, too—as shown on youtube. But at the rate the specimens multiply, it’s easier for me to throw out shabby- looking specimens and keep the lively, thick and younger SCOBYs.
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2019-11-07T01:33:10-05:00
My first ordered Scobee was trained on black tea, but recent generations have adapted well to organic yerba mate, white and green tea brews with sugar, and other experimental combinations. The photo shows how new SCOBYs get lighter with white tea and yerba mate blends, similar in color to Jun. Old SCOBYs do well in SCOBY hotels, too—as shown on youtube. But at the rate the specimens multiply, it’s easier for me to throw out shabby- looking specimens and keep the lively, thick and younger SCOBYs.
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