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Sparkling kombucha punch with melon, berries and pineapple – a burner for every party

Sparkling kombucha punch with melon, berries and pineapple - a burner for every party - the final

Hello my dears,

I’m having a couple of friends over tonight and I want to serve a special drink.

As many of my guests haven’t tried Kombucha before, I thought I’d make a fruity Kombucha punch.

You’re welcome to adapt the recipe – just use the fruit you like or go for a non-alcoholic option. I decided to use watermelon!

Every year about 100 tons of watermelon are produced. The main areas for growing watermelons are the United States, China, Turkey, Iran, Spain and Brazil. In Europe the main season is in the summer months, from June to September.

Fun fact: As its name already implies, the watermelon consists of 95% water and therefore contains merely 30 calories per 100g. Watermelon contains vitamin C and A, iron and fibres. The seeds also contain vitamins and can also be eaten.

How can you make sure that a watermelon is ripe?
It is important to buy a ripe watermelon as they do not ripen further after they are harvested. The colour of the skin is not an indicator for the degree of ripeness. That is why you should make use of a tapping technique: the watermelon is ripe, if the sound is dull and unripe, if there’s a low and hollow sound.

How do you store a watermelon that has already been sliced open?
Use a beeswax wrap to cover the cut surface and store it in the fridge, no longer than a week.

Once you’ve assembled the fruit for your punch we can begin:

For this easy sparkling kombucha punch with melon, berries and pineapple recipe you need those ingredients

Do you have everything? This is how to do your sparkling kombucha punch with melon, berries and pineapple recipe yourself!

  1. Peel the pineapple and cut it into small pieces and add it to a large bowl
    Sparkling kombucha punch with melon, berries and pineapple - a burner for every party
  2. Wash the strawberries and add these
    Sparkling kombucha punch with melon, berries and pineapple - a burner for every party - the berries
  3. Slice an organic orange and add it to the bowl
    Sparkling kombucha punch with melon, berries and pineapple - a burner for every party - the orange
  4. Wash the grapes, remove the stem and add them to the other fruit
  5. Now cut the watermelon into small, bite-sized pieces and add them to the bowl
    Sparkling kombucha punch with melon, berries and pineapple - a burner for every party - the melon
  6. Wash the raspberries and add them to the mixture
  7. Pour in the Kumbucha, mineral water and bubbly
    Sparkling kombucha punch with melon, berries and pineapple - a burner for every party - the kombucha
  8. Fill the punch into decorative glasses
    Sparkling kombucha punch with melon, berries and pineapple - a burner for every party - the filling

Sparkling kombucha punch with melon, berries and pineapple - a burner for every party

Print Recipe
Serves: 2 Cooking Time: 15 min

Ingredients

  • ½ pineapple
  • 100g strawberries
  • 1 orange
  • 100g grapes
  • ½ watermelon
  • 100g raspberries
  • mineral water
  • 1 bottle of bubbly
  • ice cubes
  • 1l organic kombucha

Instructions

1

Peel the pineapple and cut it into small pieces and add it to a large bowl

2

Wash the strawberries and add these

3

Slice an organic orange and add it to the bowl

4

Wash the grapes, remove the stem and add them to the other fruit

5

Now cut the watermelon into small, bite-sized pieces and add them to the bowl

6

Wash the raspberries and add them to the mixture

7

Pour in the Kumbucha, mineral water and bubbly

8

Fill the punch into decorative glasses

Have fun whilst cooking and enjoy!

Sparkling kombucha punch with melon, berries and pineapple - a burner for every party - the final

I wish you a lot of fun by making this kombucha smoothie recipe and I am very excited to hear your opinions about this delicious scoby recipe.
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I would love to see some comments about your favourite recipes with kombucha tea and how you liked mine.

I am looking forward to see you again for my next recipes.

Petra

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