Elderflower’s delicate, clustered blooms belie the plant’s warrior-like role. Packed with quercetin and other powerful bioflavonoids, this hero herb can be enjoyed in the cold weather season to promote respiratory and bronchial health.*
We pluck elderflowers at peak bloom toward the end of May. Within hours of harvest, the flowers are rushed to a temperature-controlled air dryer located in an alpine village chosen for its pristine, oxygenated breezes.
Taste: One of the most delicious herbal teas, Elderflower has a fruity scent, opening with a naturally sweet taste followed by slightly salty notes.
Helps maintain: Healthy respiratory system.*
How to serve: A warm cup on a brisk spring morning.