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My latest order of elderberry tea just arrived yesterday. I get it from a website called Vermont Country Store. I've had a couple of people try it but they seem to be put off by the slight aftertaste. I've gotten used to it and try to drink some daily since the blend I get is basically black tea with elderberry flavoring. All the same, I haven't had as many colds as in the past since I started drinking it last year.

So has anyone else tried it? Does anyone else have links to other brands of elderberry teas?
 

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I've tried an elderberry tea before, not from Vermont Country Store (although I know of them), but from the store. I didn't realize it had immune properties!

I am not put off by the aftertaste, since I had a grandma that made elderberry wine, pies, muffins, etc. I always loved the taste.

I may get some more if I see it, and see if I can ward off viruses. (After having THE worst flu I've had in years, just the last couple of weeks). Thanks!
 

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I've tried an elderberry tea before, not from Vermont Country Store (although I know of them), but from the store. I didn't realize it had immune properties!

I am not put off by the aftertaste, since I had a grandma that made elderberry wine, pies, muffins, etc. I always loved the taste.

I may get some more if I see it, and see if I can ward off viruses. (After having THE worst flu I've had in years, just the last couple of weeks). Thanks!
Yeah, elderberries apparently have Vit. C. I used to get a cough/cold at least once a year but I haven't really had one (that I noticed) this year. The only things I know I've been doing different are eating a little better and drinking elderberry tea in the morning at work.
 
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