1 Bottle (500ml)
The delicate fruitiness in Prosecco and juniper notes in London dry gin are just asking for a shot of floral, sweet elderflower cordial, hand made by Natasha at The Urban Cordial Company - just think of summer in a Champagne flute and you'll get the idea! If you’re lucky enough to be surrounded by elderflower trees or know a good foraging spot, try making your own elderflower cordial at the height of their season in June (see chef's tip below).
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Homemade elderflower cordial: Trim the stalks off 20 elderflower heads, remove any obvious little creatures and gently rinse. Add to a large pan or jug with the pared rind of 2 lemons. In another pan, gently heat 600g of sugar with 1 litre of water until the sugar has dissolved. Pour over the flowers and lemon. Allow to cool, add the juice of 2 lemons and leave for 6 hours. Strain and store in sterilised jars for up four weeks.
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