Eli Läuchli’s Elderberry Sirop

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Serves | Prep Time All day | Cook Time 5-10 minutes

Why I Love This Recipe

Eli Läuchli is a Swiss Artist-Humanist we met in Tucson. She is currently a watercolor artist living in Winterthur, Switzerland (http://www.eli-lauchli.ch/).

Zitronensäure is citric acid, also known as lemon salt or sour salt. It may be found in the baking or spice aisle at the grocery store.

Ingredients You'll Need

15 branches elderberry blossom
3 quarts water
6-1/2 lbs sugar
30 gm. zitronensäure (citric acid)


Add water and sugar to elderberry blossoms

Let sit in sun all day

Cook above for 5-10 minutes.

Then take out branches

Add 30 gm. Zitronensäure.

Bottle and serve with water.

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