Winter Tonic

Forking through the elderberries

Forking through the elderberries

Evan removing Goldenrod flowers

Evan removing Goldenrod flowers

Filling the jars

Filling the jars

Adding fresh ginger

Adding fresh ginger

Now add all those juicy blackberries

Now add all those juicy blackberries

Irys adding Goldenrod

Irys adding Goldenrod

Measuring & pouring the glycerine. This jar is 60/40 glycerine/brandy

Measuring & pouring the glycerine. This jar is 60/40 glycerine/brandy

Now add the brandy

Now add the brandy

This one's for the kids, add a whole bottle of apple cider vinegar to the other jar

This one’s for the kids, add a whole bottle of apple cider vinegar to the other jar

Finally add the inner cherry bark

Finally add the inner cherry bark

Make sure it's full to the top

Make sure it’s full to the top

Nearly all done, top last one up, then put somewhere dark to infuse.

Nearly all done, top last one up, then put somewhere dark to infuse.

 

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3 thoughts on “Winter Tonic

  1. Wow – what a great blog. I’m so happy you found some goldenrod and cherry bark too. What a wonderful winter tonic this will be, I can’t wait to try some x x

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  2. Sounds really great and if it keeps you healthy through the winter even better. I’m going to share this on my Facebook page (the Health Gardener) as I’ve been talking about wild foods this week and this would be a great thing for people to hear about x

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