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Kombucha Kamp
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About Kombucha Kamp
Kombucha products have been very popular in the last few years. Everyone knows kombucha is considered “healthy”. But most do not know much about kombucha or how to make it. Kombucha Kamp is attempting to create a good place for those people to go. Kombucha Kamp is trying to be an informative source as well as an online store.
Hannah Crum gave herself the name “Kombucha Mamma”. She is the author and Kombucha Kamp founder which she started in 2004. Her main mission statement is to “change the world, one gut at a time” which they have trademarked. Hannah plans on doing this by “educating and empowering everyone to ferment food and drink safely at home, just as we have throughout human history.”

What is Kombucha?

Kombucha is basically fermented tea. There is a culture called SCOBY that is put into a regular tea that turns it into kombucha. SCOBY is basically bacteria and yeast. Kombucha has been used for thousands of years in the Chinese culture. Kombucha has a lot of benefits such as having better digestion, increased energy, and a clearer mind.
Kombucha Recipe:
For those who want to know how to make Kombucha, Kombucha Kamp offers a 10 step recipe on their website. Here is a list of the ingredients:
  • Sugar
  • 4-6 bags of tea
  • Kombucha starter culture (SCOBY)
  • 1 cup starter liquid
  • Water
There is a method to make kombucha using a continuous brew. They claim that using a continuous brew system causes more of the good benefits to be in the kombucha. Using the continuous brewing system also will create yeast. Kombucha Kamp offers a recipe using that yeast to create a sourdough bread or hotcakes.

Products & Prices:

Kombucha Kamp sells a wide array of products for making kombucha at home. Here is are some of their main products.
Starter kits- The Brew Now Kit with one culture costs $49.88. The Kick-Starter Kit with two cultures costs $99.88.
Kefir (yeast/bacterial fermentation starter)-Water Kefir costs $19.88. Milk Kefir costs $32.88.
Brewer Cap-A brewer cap for fermentation jars costs $9.95.
Continuous Brewing Systems-These sell in different types from a price range of $189.88-$298.88.

Side Effects:

The Mayo Clinic states side effects for kombucha are as follows: stomach problems, yeast infections, and allergic reactions. When making kombucha at home contamination is likely due to a non-sterile environment.

Customer Service:

Kombucha Kamp offers free shipping on orders $25 and up. Most products usually ship within 1 business day. For their return policy, it states most new unopened items can be returned within 30 days of purchase and they will pay the return shipping costs. There is a restocking fee of 15-20%, and these fees can change in price at any time.
Their phone number is 424-245-5867. They do ask customers only call for questions prior to ordering. For anything after that, email them using their emailing system on the website here. There is no address listed on their site. However, they also have a Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, Linkedin, and a Google+ account.

Online Reviews/Complaints:

Kombucha Kamp has Yelp, Amazon and their own site reviews. All across the internet, everyone is saying mostly positive things about Kombucha Kamp. On Amazon, there are 303 reviews with 92% 5-star ratings. Everyone is saying they offer all around great products with lots of support for beginners.

Competitors and Alternatives:

Kombucha can be bought anywhere across the internet and in certain stores like Walmart. The Kombucha Shop sells individual items to make homemade kombucha or they sell kits to make kombucha tea from $49-$79.

Where to Buy?

For more information about Hannah’s vision and business with Kombucha Kamp, visit their website.
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