Chokecherry syrup is very hard to find and in very limited supply! That's because people have to go out in the woods and along the streams, find the berries and pick them. When you get a chance to try chokecherry syrup, grab it.
This syrup made with real wild berries--wild and organic as nature intended. There is no filler fruit from the orchard--this is all wild fruit.
The Wasatch Mountains, part of the Rocky Mountain chain, stretch from southern Idaho down through Utah. The western front is steep and craggy but the canyons are deep with pure streams tumbling from the high country. Along the streams are stands of wild chokecherries. It's along these streams in the Wasatch Mountains that the wild chokecherries for this syrup are picked--all purely natural and organic with no pesticides or preservatives.
Chokecherries are tart and pungent and make great syrup a little reminiscent of elderberries and may remind you a bit of loganberries. The syrup is a deep, dark red and very flavorful. It's made in small batches. There are no fillers or preservatives. It's a great addition to your morning pancakes or waffles.
Each attractive glass jar contains 11.5 ounces of premium chokecherry syrup.
Since the fruit is handpicked in mountain canyons, it's in very limited supply and we don't often have it available. If we've got it, give it a try. If you don't like it as much as we do, we'll give you your money back.
Add this to your cart. Don't miss the opportunity to try chokecherry syrup.
" Chokecherry syrup made with berries picked in the Rocky Mountain wilds.