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Brigid: British Rhubarb & Ginger Infused Maple Syrup

We took to Brigid's Celtic roots and infused the essence of British rhubarb, adding a tart crisp edge with a firey ginger extract that warms the palate for a full-bodied finish. This is a flavor you won't want to miss and will go with many things in your cooking cauldron!

Brigid is the Celtic goddess of healing, poetry, fertility, music, prophecy, agriculture, and smithcraft. As a solar deity, her attributes are light, inspiration, and all skills associated with fire. Her ancient Gaelic name, Breo-Saighead, means fiery power or fiery arrow. She is found with sheep and cows around her, assisting them through lambing and calving season as well as reflecting the Celtic reliance on the animal for sustenance; especially during the cold winter months. She is celebrated on the pagan holiday in early February, Imbolc.

This syrup is great on or with:

Baked goods, pancakes, tea, waffles, granola, desserts, ice cream, yogurt & cocktails especially ones with gin!

250ml 
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 rose from Europe and exotic cardamom. 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.

 

The price of this syrup is slightly higher due to the nature of ingredients used and sourcing them from Europe.

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C.G.
🌱Imbolc in a bottle 🌱

Scrumptious spring flavor❣️ I yearn for the strawberries to blossom and grow into plump and juicy gems, oh the delightful inspiration this combination conjures🧚🏽‍♀️

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Fit for a goddess

I wanted to save this review until I had found a proper recipe for vegan rhubarb custard pie and was able to make it with the syrup, but I use it so much that I didn’t want to wait. It’s definitely a more subtle flavor combo: it’s slightly tart, slightly sharp, with a slightly green quality. I drink it with gin and mint flavored seltzer and elderflower liquor. I even added it to a pot of vegan pasta e fagioli and it really added to the depth of flavor. It’s so delightful, and I will definitely purchase again. Also, I wanted to feature it with my kitchen altar (where are my kitchen witches at?) since Brigid is my preferred home goddess, and this was a worthy sacrifice to her.

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Syrupy Goodness

I've loved every syrup I've tried from WytchWood and this one is no exception. Aside from the beautiful art, this flavor combo is amazing as well! It's one of their more understated flavors in my opinion, but that works well for such a light, refreshing spring syrup! All the flavors really come through!

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