Flowers from the Elderberry tree are combined with lemon to create this exquisite floral - citrus concentrate which is very popular in Great Britain and Europe.


Since the Royal Wedding of Harry and Meaghan, many people are trying out their own version of the Elderflower and Lemon Cake. Elderflower Concentrate is the key ingredient to this delicately flavoured cake.

Elderflower Concentrate can also be used to flavour ice-cream, panna cotta, cheesecake, trifle, custard and even whipped cream. Try it drizzled on fresh fruit (esp strawberries).

Of course its main use is as a cordial. Try it in water, soda water, mineral water, champagne, white wine or even spirits.


Elderflowers are part of the ELDER plant which also produces Elderberries. The Elder tree grows wild in many ancient forests throughout the Northern hemisphere.

On a recent trip to Switzerland we were amazed by the number of Elder trees we saw growing in forests and in people’s gardens.

Elderflower cordial and Elderflower wine are very popular in Europe.

Elderflower drinks have been enjoyed since Roman times.