Now that you’ve been hooked, you need to learn about how to store elderberry syrup! It’s a good idea to always have a bottle on hand throughout the year to help with immunity, allergies, colds, and flu.
Like any other fruit juice it will start to ferment if left out for too long. Elderberry syrup, when stored in a glass jar in the fridge, will stay good for 3 months. You can also freeze it in ice cube trays to defrost as needed. Always be sure to shake the bottle well before giving a dose as the honey will gather at the bottom on the bottle.
Since Live Berry Well’s elderberry syrup contains no preservatives, it is important to keep your syrup in the refrigerator. Learn more about the different types of elderberry syrup here.
Even though our elderberry syrup has raw unfiltered honey as a main ingredient, it’s a misconception that honey acts as a preservative. Honey, which is a preservative in its original state, ferments once it’s diluted. So, by adding honey to our elderberry syrup we void the preservative nature, trading it for sweetness and immunity boosting benefits.
- Keep refrigerated
- Store in glass bottle or container
- Shake well before use
- Can be frozen
- Lasts 2-3 months in fridge