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Hand-pressed yuzu juice
Yuzu is a yellow Japanese citrus fruit and is about the size of a tangerine. This unpasteurized and hand-pressed yuzu juice retains the entire aroma of the extraordinary fruit. Yuzu has a very complex and special taste that is difficult to describe and gives dishes that certain something. Like lemon juice, the juice can be used in both sweet and savory dishes, such as sorbets, salads, cocktails, marinades, sauces, dressings or simply with seafood. Compared to conventional lemon, it is significantly more expensive, but the intense aroma ensures that the juice is also much more productive. We also have fresh yuzu juice in Organic quality.
Ingredients: 100% yuzu juice
Content: 100ml, 200ml or 720ml
Made in Japan
✔️ authentic like in Japan
✔️ very economical
✔️ without additives
✔️ no sugar added
Yuzu juice goes well with desserts and also in savory kitchens for dressings, sauces, salads, fish tartar or sushi. In combination with high quality soy sauce can also quickly create your own Ponzu Sauce to be made.
Danger: This Yuzu juice must be stored refrigerated and can therefore only be sent with refrigerated shipping for an additional € 4.90.
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