Switchel Concentrate SW-958

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Switchel was a popular drink among laborers and field workers in the 18th and 19th centuries. We found references to it while researching ideas for a our YouTube cooking channel. After producing a video on how to make switchel, a viewer brought this switchel concentrate to our attention. Easy to mix, and so delicious. This was the original energy drink perfect for quenching the driest thirst and for replenishing those electrolytes. 16-ounces makes nearly a gallon of pure, natural refreshment.

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blackstrap is key elelment
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Love this product. The beauty of the concentrate is so you can make it as strong or as gentle as you like. or bubble it up with seltzer. this is the most authentic recipe I've come across as others are adding "natural flavors" that actually come from a chemistry lab. The blackstrap molasses is a key element providing essential minerals such as calcium, potassium, and magnesium which are depleted when laboring outside in the sun whether haying in the old days or running a modern day marathon. Review by the real mccoy (Posted on 4/23/2018)
Needs more ginger
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I make my own switchel at home based off the recipe on YouTube video "Thirsty For" switchel episode. I like mine with a good Ginger taste. This concentrate has very little Ginger. On top of that it is just very weak overall. The recipe suggests 1 oz for 7 oz of water. I would suggest 2 oz for a decent taste. I also do not like the molasses in this. I have found the best tasting switchable has either only maple syrup as a sweetener or a Maple Syrup and Honey mixture. Review by Sandflea (Posted on 8/12/2017)
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