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Sakura flower paste 1kg

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183,00 € tax incl.

Description : Traditionnally sakura based products are salted but this paste has the particularity to be sweet. Indeed the fresh sakura flowers were comfit before being reduced in paste. 

Flavor : Sweet and floral, typical of the sakura flower. 

Use : It is really concentrated: a small amount is enough to sublimate your dishes! It will mix easily in all your creams, mousses and bavaroises but also in your cakes and pancakes batters and bread doughs. Its freshness also goes very well with foie gras. 

Ingredients : Sugar (35,3%), Glucose-Fructose Syrup (31,1%), Sakura flowers (29,1%), Malic acid (0,7%), Water (3,8%)

Preservation : Store in refrigerator.

Origin: Japan

Shelf life: 1 year

Container: Plastic sachet

Founded in 1955 by Shosaku Hiraide, Yamashin Sangyo develops products that will add to your plates the color and flavor of the Japanese 4 seasons.  The company debuted its activity by making and selling tokoroten, jelly-like noodles made with agar, before specializing in traditional Japanese confections, wagashi. In 1990, Yamashi Sangyo then started to sell local and seasonal ingredients to make homemade wagashi such as flowers and leaves, starting with cherry blossom. Since then, the company has been giving a whole new value to flowers and plants that represent the 4 seasons and transform them into products used to make confections to enjoy nature not only with the eyes but with the mouth too. Yamashin Sangyo keeps on developing original and high quality products that will go well with both Japanese and Western cuisine.

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