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Sudachi Juice of JA Higashi Tokushima 360ml


19,10 € tax incl.

Description : Sudachi is the flagship product, typical of Tokushima, where 98% of the national production comes from. Its refreshing and unique sourness has been appreciated for a long time by Japanese people. Speaking of which, Tokushima Prefecture is the first consumer of sudachi while the consumption of lemon is the lowest of the country. This pure and additive free sudachi juice comes from squeezed sudachi produced by producer cooperative harvested in late summer.

Flavor : A complex aroma with a refreshing sourness, reminding lime. 

Use : Rich in vitamin C and citric acid, sudachi is usually used as it is in Japan. Its refreshing taste enhances raw fish sashimi, grilled fishes and grilled mushrooms. Sudachi gives an extra flavor to tofu, sunomono vegetables, nabe sauces and broth made of soy sauce and mirin for example. You can incorporate it to a home-made ponzu ! Sudachi's sourness goes perfectly with alcohols such as sake, shochu or in a cocktail.

Ingredients : Sudachi Juice 100%

Preservation : Keep away from sunlight, heat and moisture, in the fridge after opening.

Origin : Japan

Shelf life : 1 year 

Container : Glass bottle

JA Tokushima is a cooperative of more than 400 members from Tokushima whose goal is to bring to the fore the natural wealth of the region. Indeed, the region of Tokushima is rich with incredible citruses such as sudachi, yuzu and yuko, that grow naturally in the prefecture. JA squeezes juice from fruits to produce pure juice without additives, enabling to fully enjoy the flavor of fresh citruses. JA Tokushima is located in Kamikatsu which has since long ago been considered one of the main producers of citruses in Tokushima as Kamikatsu’s farmers produce approximately 250 tons of yuzu, 230 tons of sudachi and 115 tons of yuko every year. Kamikatsu is also well-known for its terraced rice fields and other natural landscapes. Ecology has been a focus of concern since long ago and the city was sorting, in 2016, 81% of its wastes. Moreover, Kamikatsu is also well known for table decorations made out of plants, thought from the concept of using and preserving nature.

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