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In my opinion, there’s no better activity than making cordial from flowers you’ve picked! Especially when it tastes as delicious as flowing currant cordial. Sweet, pink, slightly herbal, refreshing and so simple. 

Ingredients & Method

All you’ll need is 1 cupful (or one big / adult handful) of flowers. You don’t need to pick the flowers off individually, you can pinch off the whole drooping cluster. When you’re home, pop it in a pan with 1 cup of water and 1 cup of white sugar. Simply simmer until a nice runny syrup consistency is formed (about 15 minutes). 

When it’s cool, pour into a sterilised jar or bottle.

When you’re ready to drink it, mix it up with water and pop in a few beautiful flower ice cubes!

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