100% natural, without aromas, dyes, or preservatives.
All the aromatic power of Yuzu available throughout the year.
What's a Yuzu? They're about the size of a tangerine, and mainly cultivated in Japan, Korea, and China. It’s incredibly fragrant, but also super sour and tart, which means it’s not meant to be eaten as is. Instead, its zest and juice are used for flavoring in the kitchen.
A few drops on a fish tartare, a carpaccio, shellfish, or in ceviche.
For gourmets, to combine in a subtle marriage with your pastries (pies, cakes, madeleines). Elevate your macarons or éclairs with originality and add subtly to cocoa.