The mouth is very refreshing, very floral, a beautiful acidity, a lot of length.
Traditionally, the Japanese use this juice as a vinegar.
Our perfect pairings : it is suitable for many sweet and sour preparations, sorbets, ice creams, vinaigrettes in association with olive oil, in association with soy sauce and dashi broth for the making of ponzu seasoning, for the making of curd...
Grilled fishes love it as well as cepalopods, scallops, oysters, cockles and clams...
Kochi Prefecture, Shikoku Island, accounts for 52.8% of Japan's yuzu production.
It benefits from a warm climate and an ideal geographical position, with a coastline that stretches between the Pacific Ocean and fertile mountains.
Although a very large part of its territory is covered by forests and there is very little flat land, thanks to its warm climate, Kochi has developed a rich economy based on horticulture, especially in the field of greenhouses.
Kochi is also a leader in Japan in integrated pest management, an approach that avoids the excessive use of chemical pesticides by chemical pesticides by introducing natural predators of pests. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
- Kôchi, Japan
- 2 L net
150 ml net
900 ml net
- Glass bottle
resealable aseptic bag
- 100% Yuzu
- consume within 4 weeks after opening
keep away from light, heat and moisture
refrigerate after opening
- Nutritional values
- Per 100 ml : energy 28 kcal (122 kJ) ; fat < 0,8g, of which saturates < 0,01g ; carbohydrate 2,6g, of which sugars 2,58g ; protein < 0,5g ; salt < 0,01g.
Kitagawa Village, Land of the Yuzu
Kezuri katsuobushi petalsFrom €6.60Premium Yuzu powderFrom €9.10Organic Sencha tea*From €12.30Fujisu Premium rice vinegarFrom €18.90Cooking basket for udon (and ramen, soba ...)From €47.00Yuzu flavored sea saltFrom €5.90Salad and grilled meat sauce with white miso and yuzuFrom €8.40