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Elderberries - Certified Organic

  • Elderberries are a rich source of vitamins A, C, and calcium, folate, potassium, and iron. They also contain the antioxidant flavonols of quercetin, kaempferol, isorhamnetin and anthocyanins. They can be used to make tea or you can use them in a recipe to make Elderberry syrup. Note: Raw berries can cause nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea, among other symptoms, so be sure to cook them before eating.
  • Certified Organic Elderberries
    1. Fill infuser basket or paper filter with 1 teaspoon of tea
    2. 205°F - 212°F Water temp. - Use 8 oz. of water
    3. Place filter in cup and add heated water
    4. Steep for 5-7 minutes
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D.E.
Elderberries and tea

I have not yet made it, but plan to make syrup with my elderberries. The teas in my sampler were all delicious, the black and all 3 of the greens.

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A.S.
Best tea ever

Love the tea and will continue to purchase.

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K.
Elderberry Syrup

I used the Elderberries to make a syrup, now I use a tablespoon or two in some drinks I mix. One drink is 1 part of gin, 2-3 parts of Orange Juice, and 2 Tblsp. of Elderberry syrup! so yummy!
Planning on using it in flavoring my oatmeal in the morning!