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1 pound USDA Certified Organic American Dried Elderberries grown on our family farm in Morrow, Ohio, USA. Processed and packaged on site at peak ripeness. We strive to provide you with highest quality elderberries. Perfect for making elderberry syrup, tea, and other products. 


Dried Elderberries

  • 3 cups filtered water

    3/4 to 1 cup dried elderberries

    1 cup honey



    Cinnamon stick (or ground cinnamon)

    Whole cloves

    Fresh ginger (or ground ginger)

    Tea towel, cheesecloth

    Pomegranate juice


    (1) Add berries and spices to water, heat until boiling.

    (2) Reduce heat to keep from a constant boil (high temperatures will destroy some of the nutrients) and continue cooking for 20-30 minutes.

    (3) Remove from heat and let cool. Straining the berries will be messy. You can use a thin tea (or flour sack) towel, but it will never be white again. We prefer to use cheesecloth. Place berries in cheesecloth and squeeze. Yes, your hands will be purple for a bit, but it washes off. If you don't have a tea towel or cheesecloth, I have had moderate success with a mesh metal strainer.


    (4) Add honey after you have strained the berries from the juice.


    We have found that elderberry juice tastes delicious (but very strong) when paired with pomegranate juice. This replaces the need for spices and honey.

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