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Morrigan: Cranberry Infused Maple Syrup


Cranberry Infused Maple Syrup

We introduce to you our Maine Cranberry flavor as the Celtic Goddess of Death and Battle - The Morrigan!

The Morrigan was predominantly a Goddess of War and Death, the fearsome Phantom Queen! She was also the Goddess of Prophecy and Fate, and saw the future of all things, including the end of the world. She was all-knowing, and would share her knowledge of the future for a price. Her prophecies were always true and her wordings were exact, if somewhat of a riddle. She was an aspect of Royalty and Warriors and like the Raven, the Morrigan can always be found present on the battlefield. She is known to cause fear and confusion among soldiers to move the tide of battle to her favoured side.

As a shapeshifter who took many guises; she would often appear in multiple forms throughout a story. Most common of these forms - were a shapely maiden, a battle ready warrior-queen, an old crone, and, of course, a raven. While she could take the form of other animals beyond a raven, the Morrigan did so less frequently.

Her appearances at the deaths of prominent figures have caused scholars to link her to spirits appearing later in Irish folklore, such as the Banshee, or “fairy woman.”

Triple Goddess

One of the most prominent aspects of the Morrígan was her nature as a triple goddess of war. In many stories, she appeared as both an individual and as three goddesses acting under a single name.


It is without doubt that the Morrigan is one of the most powerful female figures in history and the fiercest Goddess is Celtic myth. Use this dark red syrup in ritual as a libation where aggression, force and crushing victory is needed. It can also be offered to shift ones shape, for shadow work or powerful sex magic.

For the Kitchen Witch, this syrup is great on or with:

A Traditional Roast Dinner, Pancakes, Waffles, Cocktails.  


WytchWood syrup starts with the sap from maple trees grown in central Vermont. The sap is then boiled in the Spring and infused to create a delicious Gingerbread & Marshmallow Maple Syrup. Each bottle is hand wax-sealed, blessed and unlike anything you have ever experienced. Each and every bottle is represented by a God, Goddess, Pagan Sabbath or Folklore Icon. They are designed as libations but can be used for anything Kitchen Witch related as well.

Customer Reviews

Based on 22 reviews
Margaret M
Another Winning Flavor!

I wasn't sure what to expect and thought, why not give it a try? I was not disappointed - a wonderful paring. I've used it on everything and as a sugar substitute in recipes. Yummilicious!

Elle Wood
By Far My Favorite Syrup Ever!

Purchased to try a new flavor and was instantly blown away by the taste of this. It is my favorite flavor to use on pancakes (and in some teas) and I was pleasantly surprised by that. It is true to flavor description but tasted better than expected, though my love for cranberry sauce may explain my love for this. It's the perfect mix of tart and sweet (more sweet, IMO) and I quite literally just ordered another bottle, with some of my other favorites, because I am afraid to run out soon and want a replacement near by,

What is this magick?!

I actually can’t believe I haven’t reviewed this one yet. This may be one of my favourite WytchWood syrups due to its versatility. This syrup was in EVERYTHING throughout fall and winter. I mean literally every dish on every holiday table, every drink, I’m pretty sure I ate it on its own a ton, too. I mean, how can syrup and cranberries be THAT good? I haven’t purchased it again, not bc I don’t friggin love it, but bc it’s so special that I want to reserve it for fall and winter and keep it as a seasonal treat. If you aren’t sure what to use it in, here’s a few suggestions: cocktails (try it with strong ginger beer and rum), cranberry sauce (with fresh cranberries and sage), wassail (with citrus and wine and spices in a crockpot), chocolate bread pudding (with chia seeds and dried cherries), and my favourite: my vegan Thanksgiving stuffed acorn squash (stuffed with quinoa, veg, apples, and cranberries). Honestly I don’t think you can go wrong with this syrup.

Taylar Johnston

This is probably my favorite WytchWood syrup. The maple and cranberry play beautifully off one another, the cranberry bringing a much-appreciated tartness to contrast the sweetness of the maple. Would highly recommend.

Delicious As Always

All the syrups I've tried from WytchWood have been delicious and their Morrigan syrup is no exception. It tastes like cranberry jam; tart and sweet and fruity. I've been putting it in cocktails and WOW is it good.

Tart and delicious

Definitely great if you’re someone who doesn’t want something too sweet. It has a nice tartness to it and I actually used it a few days ago on some toasted and buttered English muffins bc i had no jelly. It was AMAZING!

Tangy sweet delicious

This syrup has such great cranberry flavor. I used it instead of sugar in some cranberry walnut bread I baked and it turned out so good. Super tasty on anything where you want sweetness and a bit of tangy cranberry flavor.


Thank you so much for this wondrous concoction! I have experienced it on (Gluten Free) breads, waffles, biscuits, and of course licked straight off the plate (I mean, why wouldn't I?) Excellent. I will definitely be back on the site soon to pick up some more of this glorious goodness. Stay safe, be kind and enjoy life :)

Sweet with a Punch!

Love this! I wasn't exactly sure what to expect with this cranberry flavor, but it's now among my favorites! Sweet with a tanginess that really makes the tastebuds happy!

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Sarah Troiano
Beauteous Tribute to The Morrigan

If you are a fan of Wytchwood's maple syrups this is a must try & must have for your kitchen! I cannot wait to try this in so many recipes! My favorite flavor thus far! I hope Wytchwood carries this one year round because I have so many recipes I plan to try!