Sakura cherry blossom preserved in sweet in syrup

Did you know that when the sakura cherry tree is in blossom, the blossom exhales a delicious perfume?

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The sakura cherry blossoms exhale delicious fragrances of cherry seed almond. In order to preserve their colour and flavour, as soon as they are harvested, the flowers are kept in salt. This does not alter the texture nor the aromas. Therefore, flowers are desalted and placed in a syrup made from plum vinegar and sugar. Each flower is carefully checked and placed between two spacers to group together 100 pieces. A flash pasteurization is performed to ensure a good conservation.

Our perfect combination: These high-end flowers,  unique in Japan, are a reference near pastry chefs, chocolatiers, ice cream makers, cooks, cocktail bars …

  • Ingredients : Sakura cherry tree blossoms, syrup (sugar cane), plum vinegar (plum, salt)
  • Packaging : tray of 100 flowers
  • Storage : Once opened, keep in a refrigerator
  • Origin : Aichi, Japan
  • Allergenics : none
For fifty-five years, Yamashin Sangyo has cultivated quality and authenticity, first by selling agar-agar then, since 1971, by concentrating on pastry through the preparation of sakura cherry blossom leaves searched out by Japanese gourmets. Forerunners, Yamashin Sangyo master craftsmen are continually inventing new products which go way beyond the frontiers of gastronomy in the Land of the Rising Sun.

Very symbolic
In Japan, the sakura cherry is, just like Mount Fuji, a major symbol which has inspired and continues to inspire poems and works of art. Through its blossom is seen renewal and the arrival of spring which, each year, starts a new school year, a new financial year, etc.

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Sakura cherry blossom preserved in sweet in syrup

Sakura cherry blossom preserved in sweet in syrup

Did you know that when the sakura cherry tree is in blossom, the blossom exhales a delicious perfume?

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