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Shots, Juice and Purple Granny -- What's the Difference?

Posted by Liz Farrell on
Shots, Juice and Purple Granny -- What's the Difference?

While all three products contain elderberries and NO added water, the similarities end there. Here's a very brief comparison -- click on the links to learn more about each one.

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- Elderberry Apple Shots is 1/2 pure elderberry juice, and 1/2 apple syrup. The apple syrup adds natural sweetness, and balances the tart elderberry. It is a great taste combination we stumbled upon years ago in an old cookbook (the recipe was for elderberry-apple pie). No added sugar. A good choice for kids. Keep refrigerated once opened and consume within 3 months. 8,000 mg elderberry per Tablespoon.

- Pure Elderberry Juice is all pressed elderberries (from fresh-frozen) with a tiny bit of citric acid to improve the very-short shelf life of juices. USDA Certified Organic too! We describe this as intense, a little in seltzer or water for the grown ups, or juice or sweet tea for the kiddos. Once opened, keep refrigerated and consume within about 1 month. Unopened, it will last about 2 years. 15,000 mg of elderberry per Tablespoon.

- Purple Granny, also known as Elderberry Fire Cider, is a honey-sweetened vinegar tonic. It has a complex set of tastes, such as tangy, sweet, savory, and warming. Also USDA Certified Organic. While Purple Granny has the least amount of elderberry per serving, it also contains beneficial ingredients like turmeric, ginger, onions, and more. Purple Granny doesn't need refrigerating but can be refrigerated for a very long shelf life once opened. (We aren't sure how many mg of elderberry per tablespoon, we can only estimate it around 1,000, we'll update this when we have a more specific number).

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