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Elderberry Apple Shots

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Get your daily Elderberry boost. Add our Elderberry Apple Shots (55% pressed elderberry by volume) to your smoothies, yogurt, sparkling water, cocktails, oatmeal or just sip it straight!

We press certified organic USA elderberries (never dried) and combine them with apple cider syrup we make in the Fall.  Two celebrated ingredients, no preservatives, 100% non-GMO, one year shelf life. See drop down menu under price for ingredient options.

Guaranteed to have more minimally-processed elderberry than any elderberry syrup on the market. 8,000 mg pressed elderberries per tablespoon. One year shelf life.

Click here for the full label, here for the organic ingredients label. 9.3 fl. oz. (275 ml.) in a glass bottle. 

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How We Make It

Elderberry Apple Shots

We gently press certified organic elderberries on the farm, and combine them with apple cider we boil on our wood-fired evaporator. Our elderberries do not undergo extreme heat, or extraction processes that involve chemicals or solvents.

Our Shots is unique farm product made in small batches. Slight variations do occur. These are due to soil and weather conditions, different harvesting times, and fruit or berry varieties that we grow and use. In fact, new research identified 10 different flavors present in the elderberry.

Free from the 8 major allergens: milk, eggs, fish, shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat, soybeans

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Golden Delicious apples growing at Fat Stone Farm. In the fall, we evaporate freshly pressed apple cider into a syrup. Some folks in New England call it "boiled cider". Colonists used boiled cider to sweeten their food all winter long.


good maple syrup at Fat Stone Farm
Almost ripened Sambucus nigra spp. canadensis (elderberries) at Fat Stone Farm. This type of elderberry is native to North America and has been growing here for centuries.


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A section of our elderberries in June when they are still flowering


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Bill meeting up with Kelly Perry, another elderberry grower.


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All year round since 2004, we -- Bill and Liz Farrell -- work the dirt at Fat Stone Farm in Lyme, Connecticut. Sure, it’s frozen dirt in the winter, but that’s the time for maple sugaring! Our unique farm products are made with heritage New England ingredients, sometimes with an updated twist. If we can't grow it, we won't put it in our products. That's why we say "eat food from the dirt, not the lab". We named our farm “Fat Stone” partly to poke fun at ourselves, partly to make people remember us, and partly to remind us to laugh sometimes! Liz drew the stone walls depicted on our labels from the walls we built on the property – entirely with our very own fat stones. Some of these walls are simply extensions of the old field walls built by previous farmers. Regenerative farming can improve ourselves and our communities After starting our farm and growing our food for a few seasons, we felt better, stronger, and more resilient. We extend this commitment to you, our customers, by only growing and producing the best foods that we ourselves eat every day. Small business -- Big commitment During much of the year, there are 3 of us making, bottling, labelling, and sending farm products to you. Some months we are fortunate to spread the work out between more of us. Meet the crew: Liz. Grew up in Maryland, loves New England. Knits from time to time. Favorite activity on the farm: harvesting! Especially root crops because it's always a surprise what she finds growing under the dirt. Dave. Grew up in Connecticut, is an expert tree feller and knows his way around just about any engine or machine. Favorite activity on the farm: setting up new maple sap lines (although he wishes it was October when he does this, not January). Bill. Grew up in Connecticut, earned a Business Degree and knows his way around a P&L statement. Favorite activity on the farm: moving animals to new pasture.
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