Yakami Orchard – Japanese Yuzu Marmalade (300 g. -580 g.)

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Yakami Orchard - Japanese Yuzu Marmalade (300 g. -580 g.)

Yuzu is a unique Japanese citrus fruit that combines the flavors grapefruit, oranges and lemons, and is usually very hard to procure. This deliciously sweet and tart Yuzu Marmalade is very simply made from Yuzu, sugar and honey. Use it paired with cheeses for a delicious and exotic cheese plate, or just spread it on toast or muffins. Located in the Miyazaki Prefecture of Japan, blessed by cool ocean breezes, Yakami Orchards consists of a family of growers (some fourth generation) upholding the traditions of producing quality citrus products.
Ingredients: yuzu, sugar, honey.
Availability: Usually ships within 1 business days. Product is non-perishable and can ship via Ground service.

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Description

Made from rare Japanese Yuzu citrus, this is a treasure among the world’s greatest marmalades. It’s simply made of yuzu fruit, sugar, and honey. The ultimate breakfast accompaniment, but also a must-try for any cheese board. For the culinary-inclined, you can’t miss with yuzu marmalade when paired with seared foie gras!
Located in the Miyazaki Prefecture of Japan, Yakami Orchards consists of a family of growers (some fourth generation) upholding the traditions of producing quality citrus products. Cool ocean breezes give this region some of the world’s finest citrus, including yuzu, sudachi, and kabosu.

The unique citrus from the Yakami growers is further processed in small production batches, ensuring the quality and consistency of these delectable fruits. Whole fruit production is utilized, capturing the intense aromatic qualities of the zest and the clean, pure flavor of the juice. This production method is why Yakami Orchards products are coveted by professionals in all food service establishments.

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 6 x 6 x 6 in
product-type

Jams & Preserves

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packaging

Glass Jar

Size

300 g., 580 g.

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