Blueberries are many a child’s favourite fruit: Sweet, small, and the best thing about them is that, if you eat too many, your tongue turns blue, which would excite any child. Plus, the staining property of the fruit is a sign that it is...
FINALLY: the time has come again for elderflower punch, and you can be sure that everyone will be drinking it!
Year after year it proves worthwhile to keep an eye out for magnificent white elderflower bushes. The scent of the flowers alone is glorious when sunbathing in the garden. In addition, this bush is a valuable garden resident: You would be hard put to find anyone in Söll who doesn’t create at least something from the elderflower, whether it’s elderflower syrup or the popular “Elderflower Punch”.
a dash of vinegar
a pinch of dry yeast
Combine all ingredients well and leave in the sun for about two days. Cover with a net to prevent insects from getting at your punch. Decant into bottles, such as old rinsed-out champagne bottles or plastic bottles (CAUTION!! Do not screw on cap all the way, as the bottle may explode due to the continued fermentation process). Put the filled bottles aside and leave for about two to three days. To get the desired flavour, the finished elderflower punch must be enjoyed undiluted.