Why You’ll Love It
About This Brand
Filtered Water, Organic Turkey, Celery, Cranberries, (Cranberries, Apple Juice), Onions, Carrots, Garlic, Sea Salt, Lactic Acid, Sage, Celery Seed, Thyme, Marjoram, Rosemary, Basil, Black Pepper
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Reviews For Turkey Cranberry Sage Bone Broth
Based on 8 Reviews
I like this broth but would prefer it without the sweetness from the cranberries.
Delicious alone or in dishes
I drank a jar of this when I was sick and it was delicious. I also used a jar with some roasted butternut squash and onions and it made a wonderful soup. Great flavor!
- Kristen McElveen
very good and healthy
Great gift for those getting ill.
Thanksgiving in a warm cup of broth
Ahhhh, the ultimate comfort broth. This one is soothing and yet robust, with a complex flavor profile. The turkey and the herbs (thyme, marjoram, rosemary, basil) are the aromas you notice, even before it hits your tongue. Then the cranberry comes through but luckily without an overwhelmingly sour taste. Based on the cost, this is more of a treat than a staple, but what a treat it is!
Cranberry Sage Bone Broth
Good broth. I'll buy it again.
Love this stuff!
I love this broth!
• I've made my own bone broth in the past but unfortunately, it ended up costing more than I expected to purchase the bones needed to make my own and the taste was so-so.
• This Epic broth helps me to make a very flavorful soup. It has a somewhat sweet taste which I prefer to balance with a splash or two of apple cider vinegar.
- Barbara Siebert
I love the flavor of this bone broth. A slight tang to it which complements the turkey flavor. Can't wait to order more.
I love this stuff! It has a little tang to it from the apple cider vinegar and when you take the first sip, your taken aback a little. After the initial shock of it not being what you expected, it just gets better and better and by the time you're at the bottom of the mug, you wish you had more. I just reordered multiple jars of all three varieties. They are all wonderful.
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