This is the continuous brew glass drink jar I use for my Kombucha. It has worked wonderfully, and I will probably be purchasing a second one, now that Tommy has decided he likes this new fizzy drink. I highly recommend using this if you are considering making your very own Kombucha!
I also recommend this replacement spigot for your new jar. The one it comes with works fine and I wasn't planning to replace it. But when I accidentally broke my first jar, I figured I'd try a new spigot too, and let me tell ya, what a difference! It used to take me a while to fill my bottles because the liquid didn't come out very fast. But this new spigot, I can have all my jars filled in 15 minutes, well worth the extra investment IMHO.
I use this green tea for my kombucha. I try to avoid caffeine whenever possible so I always use green tea for my brewing. Because the SCOBY "eats" the caffeine, the already low levels in the green tea are perfect for me. If Caffeine doesn't bother you, black tea is what most people use for their Kombucha.
I use these Avery Labels for the wide mouth pint jars I grow baby SCOBY's in. They fit the lid perfectly! Whether you are giving them away as gifts or selling them at a craft fair, these are high quality labels. My only caveat is that the template provided by Avery does not work! I ended up creating my own template in publisher. If you don't have publisher, here is a PDF version. I hope this will help you create your own beautiful labels!
ALWAYS print a test page on plain paper and hold up to the light to be sure it is lined up correctly before printing on the labels. Since every printer is different, I can't guarantee the template will line up exactly for you, but it should be closer, and easier to adjust then the Avery template.