This product is currently out of stock and is expected to be restocked on 27 September.
Raspberries have a bright and tangy, sweet-tart flavour, with earthy, jammy, and mouth-puckering nuances. The fruit’s flesh is also typically soft, tender, juicy, and mildly crunchy as the drupelets encase 100 to 120 seeds in totality. Raspberries are an excellent source of vitamin C to strengthen the immune system, reduce inflammation, and protect the cells against free radical damage.
Raspberries have a sweet-tart, tangy flavour well suited for savoury and sweet culinary preparations. The fruits can be consumed straight, out of hand, or tossed into salads, mixed into fruit bowls, or stirred into yogurt, cereal, and oatmeal. Fresh, whole Raspberries can also be used as an edible garnish over tarts, cakes, and pies. In savoury preparations, Raspberries can be cooked into sauces, glazes, vinaigrettes, and other dressings. Barbecue sauces, marinades, and homemade ketchup all benefit from a touch of Raspberry. The fruit’s complex taste also complements sweet applications, including simmering into jams, jellies, syrups, and preserves or used as a flavouring for sorbet, ice cream, and fillings for baked goods.
Raspberries can be incorporated into sparkling beverages, muddled into cocktails, blended into smoothies, or dried and steeped into herbal teas. Raspberries pair well with cheeses such as blue, sharp cheddar, and goat, almonds, white chocolate, dark chocolate, fruits including coconut, peaches, and blueberries, ginger, sesame, cinnamon, and herbs such as lavender, basil, thyme, and oregano.
Country of Origin: USA