Hello all, Complete newbie trying to make some elderflower champagne. Picked the flowers, removed from stalks - made the must according to recipe and added champagne yeast. Hydro reading at 20C was 1056. Put into 5 gallon bin with airlock. Nothing doing after 2 days so I removed the lid and airlock, added a little nutrient (although the yeast packet said it was included!) then covered with several clean cloths and moved to a warmer area. Now I have a few bubbles rising and bursting on the top of the flowers but doesn't look like it is doing very much. Today's (day 4) hydro reading 1042, smells sweet and tastes very watery and sugary. Should the ferment be this slow? I was expecting lots of froth and bubble action but perhaps this is not the case with elderflower? Any advice very gratefully received - thank you from over the pond!