Evergreen Elderberry is the last flavor we created and quite possibly the best of them all. We wanted to bring to the bottle an unusual yet amazing flavor profile that is truly unlike anything else on the market. It is an indigenous berry to the Rocky Mountains that has a rich, earthy flavor that is unmistakable, unparalleled, yet somehow familiar. We hope you enjoy what has become our staff’s favorite refreshment.
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“The elk (Cervus canadensis), are also called wapiti from the Shawnee word meaning white rump. Elk are related to deer but are much larger than all of their relatives except the moose. A male (Bull) elk can stand over 8 feet tall and most generally weigh between 400 and 1000 pounds. Bull elk lose their antlers each March, and begin to grow them back in May to prepare for the late-summer breeding season known as the rut. Males engage in ritualized mating behaviors during the rut, including posturing, antler wrestling, and bugling, a loud series of vocalizations which establishes dominance over other males and attracts females. A bull will defend his harem of 20 cows or more from competing bulls and predators. A bull with a harem rarely feeds and he may lose up to 20 percent of his body weight. In early summer, elk migrate to high mountain grazing grounds where the females (cows) give birth. Each cow typically has a single calf, which can stand by the time it is 20 minutes old. In the winter, elk form into larger herds, though males and females typically remain separate. Elk range in forest and forest-edge habitat, feeding on grasses, plants, leaves, and bark. Elk are ruminants and therefore have four-chambered stomachs. Elk have a tendency to do most of their feeding in the mornings and evenings, seeking sheltered areas in between feedings to digest. Average life expectancy for an elk is 10-14 years. A group of elk is called a gang.”