Lilac, oh what wonderful fragrance. And Yes, that can be captured into a bottle. Make Lilac syrup or jelly and your table offerings will be special.
Lilac flower Syrup
This is like cooking spring into a bottle! Lilac syrup can be added to drinks like non-alcoholic cocktails, wine- schorles, Hugos (sparkling wine with spritzer), or as a topping over desserts.
for ca. 2 liters of syrup
about 12-14 umbels of lilac
2 liters of water
1.3 kilo of sugar
2 medium size lemons
Best stored in refrigerator and used within 2 - 3 weeks
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