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September 13, 2017

Alchemy’s Golden Turmeric Elixir – Unsweetened Blend

In 1997, Alchemy Cordial Company was founded What started as a humble market stall selling homemade cordials has since grown to become a renowned manufacturer and marketer of naturally flavoured beverages and elixirs.

After launching the Golden Turmeric Elixir to a huge acclaim, we wanted to offer something equally amazing to those who prefer unsweetened drinks.

This recipe still has all the functional goodness of the original and has no added sugar or sweeteners of any kind. Delicious in hot or cold milk (or mylk), or you can add it to smoothies, shakes, cooking or desserts.

Just add 15mls of Golden Turmeric Elixir “Original Blend” or “Unsweetened Blend” to 200ml of hot or cold milk/mylk of your choice and enjoy the exquisite combination of flavours and you drink.

Of course you can choose to add honey, agave, coconut sugar or the sweetener of your choice, because that is what this product is all about. Your turmeric…Your way…

Our “Unsweetened Blend” joins our family of Superfood Latte Elixirs alongside the Golden Turmeric Elixir “Original Blend” and our Kyoto Matcha Elixir.

Alchemy’s Superfood Latte Elixir family contains drinks with functional goodness and we continue to work hard to bring you new and innovative flavours that will blow your mind, and your taste buds!

Enjoy….


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