|Citric acid||1 Teaspoon|
|Yeast nutrient||1 Teaspoon (Use As Required)|
|Sugar||3 1⁄2 Pound|
1) Using the prongs of a fork, remove elderberries from their stalks.
2) In a large bowl, place the berries citric acid and pour the boiling water.
3) Cover the bowl for put aside for 3 days and strain on to the sugar.
4) Blend well, and stream into fermentation jar.
5) Stream until the shoulder of the jar only.
6) Place the spare liquid in a little bottle near the jar, with a cotton wool plug in the neck.
7) After the first violent activity has completed, add the reserved liquid.
8) Fit air-lock, rack and bottle as usual.
9) Serve as desired.
Elderberry wine usually takes a little longer than most to ferment right out.