It's long been tradition that every June, Kitty's family visit her Grandparent's old and towering elderflower tree to cut the flowers and turn it into fresh elderflower cordial. The sweet fragrance fills the air, especially after summer rain showers when the flowers glisten with their caught droplets. They use an old family recipe that has been lovingly passed down for generations. The flowers are soaked in a bucket for days in order for it to turn into the syrupy drink that is always a highlight of our summers. This year we wanted to play with it a bit more and make some ice lollies which we've quickly fallen in love with, so we've shared it here in case you too would like to try it out. If it's late in the season, most of the fresh elderflower will be growing into elderberries; in that case, or if you're short of time, you can use bottled elderflower cordial instead!