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Cinnamon Spice Kombucha?

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How to have kombucha in every season: http://bit.ly/18isgin
Kombucha, a traditionally fermented sour tea, can be easily brewed using tea, sugar and a starter culture. This method for continuous brewing ensures a consistent supply of kombucha tea, and is easy to maintain.
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