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This recipe is a brilliant way to use up a serious glut of elderflowers whilst preserving the flavour in a concentrated form for use throughout the entire year. This is probably the most common thing I make with elderflowers because you can use it really easy way to make a…

Most of us have probably tried an Elderflower Gin or two by now and the flavour has become linked with the idea of a British summer. It’s fantastic with tonic and a sprig of rhubarb or with frozen strawberries. However, the flavour is always better when you’ve made it yourself…

This Elderflower Champagne Recipe is by far my favourite sparkling version of a wild wine you can make, I currently make 25ltrs of this stuff every year, and it barely lasts for half of the year. It goes down well at every occasions from a dinner party to an afternoon…

Elder Berry Wine Elderberries contain a huge amount of flavour notes, they also contain suitable amounts of tannin to make them especially good when turned in to a delicious deep, earthy and fruity red wine. Best served with game meats or as a night time tipple. Furthermore with the addition…

Dandelion Flower Wine This dandelion flower wine has been compared to tasting like the bliss of sunshine itself, it has a sweet, almost honey-like flavour that goes down so smoothly you need to keep a check on how much you’ve had. It’s key that all your equipment is thoroughly clean…

Cherry Whiskey Some fruits favour gin, others vodka, but cherries definitely favour whiskey. The earthy malty flavours of whiskey both heighten and are heighten with the addition of cherries, combining to make a smooth liquor that can be enjoyed both straight and in a long drink on those cold winter…

This is a fantastic way to use up the yearly glut of rosehips, when left in the bottle they also make the most brilliant Christmas gifts. I often make a massive bottle of this and separate it down into smaller bottles when we come to the Christmas season before deciding…

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