Sumac Lemonade Recipe

Use fresh or dried sumac fruits to make this refreshing sumac lemonade.



Fall 2016

  • Use fresh or dried sumac to brew a refreshing sumac lemonade.
    Photo by Hayley Ryczek

Yield: 1 quart

If you’re collecting fresh sumac fruits, break off the stems at the joint, just below the seed clusters. Before brewing, separate the fruits from the clusters. Or, start with dried sumac fruits. Fresh fruit will produce the best flavor for your sumac lemonade.


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