The original Elderflower Cordial, made with masses of freshly picked elderflowers, lemon juice and Belvoir spring water
Made to Mary Manners’ family recipe, from an infusion of freshly picked elderflowers and lots of fresh lemon juice, this has a delicate taste and makes a wonderfully refreshing drink when mixed with still or sparkling mineral water.
Belvoir Elderflower Cordial makes sensational spritzers with white wine and sparkling water, or add a dash to enliven a gin or vodka and tonic. Use it to rev up a gooseberry fool, as a great base for a fresh fruit salad or to make a stunning sorbet – it can enhance a whole host of desserts.
Your can even drink it hot as a healthy toddy: elderflower has been known to have beneficial properties in the treatment of colds and flu since Roman times.
Dilute about 1:10 to make about 22 glasses of lovely refreshing elderflower and rose drink.
Recipes and cocktails
- Elderflower Scented Custard Pie
- Sophie Conran’s Elderflower Fairy Cakes
- Elderflower Syllabub With Shortbread
- Roasted Pears with Elderflower
- Elderflower & Lemon drizzle cake
- Elderflower & Lime Cheesecake
- Elder-Scented Fruit Jelly
- Chocolate Roulade with Elderflower & Strawberries
- Elderflower & Lemon Ice-cream in an Elderflower Ice Bowl
- Elderflower & Rose Sparkling Float
- Honey Bee Good
- Bramley Apple Smash
- Angel’s Kiss
- The Vampire Breakfast
- Elderflower & Rose Bellini (Mocktail)
- Ol’ Charlie Boy
- Pimento Mule
- The Fresh Prince of Belvoir
- Her Royal Heiness
- Belvoir Gin Fizz
- Rosy Cheeks
- Give Peach a Chance !
- Elderflower and Thyme Cocktail (Mocktail)
- Moscow Mule
- Snow Queen Cocktail
- White Flower Martini
- Ginger Toffee Apple
- Ginger Rogers
- English Garden
- Elderflower Mojito
- Elderflower & Mint Daiquiri
Nutritional Info & Ingredients
Typical values per 100ml diluted 1 to 10 Calories 20 Total Fat trace Sodium 0g Total Carbohydrate 5.2g ...Sugars 5.2g Protein 0g Magnesium 0g
beet sugar, water, fresh elderflowers 8%, lemon juice, citric acid.