Lilac lemonade

This season of the year is so wonderful, when it's warm and sunny anyways. I often go around and marvel at how green and vivid ​​everything has become and has already forgotten about the long, long winter. This is the time when I'm more than happy to be outside all the time and I would love to take my laptop out of work and just sit outside and work.
Another nice thing about this season is that everything is blooming and smells so good, and lilac is one of my favorites.

Lilac lemonade

20 bunches lilac flowers
1 kg of sugar

1 liter of water

30 g of
citric acid
1 lemon

the lilacs so that only the flowers are left and rinse them. Boil water and sugar to a syrup and stir until the sugar has dissolved. Mix in the citric acid in the syrup. 
Add flowers and rinsed, thinly sliced ​​lemon in a bowl with a lid. Pour over the syrup while it is still hot and let cool. Store in a cool place for 3 days and then strain through a muslin. Pour in clean bottles.


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