— PONTHIER VEGETABLES- AND FRUIT PUREE
Ponthier fruit purees – Calamondin Kalamansi
Originally from south-east Asia, the kalamansi is a very small citrus fruit, two to three centimetres in diameter. Vietnam, where high plains and mountains cover two-thirds of the land, is ideal for the Calamondin. A hybrid between the mandarin orange and the kumquat, the kalamansi has a wide range of flavours. Sweet, sharp and aromatic, it evokes mandarin orange, bitter orange, lime and pink grapefruit. More fragile than other citrus fruits, its skin is so thin and delicate that the fruit must be cut from the tree by hand.
Ponthier fruit purees
Most of the Ponthier purees consist of 100% pure vegetables or fruit. The other variants consist of a minimum of 90% pure fruit and a maximum of 10% pure cane sugar without additives. The fruit is invariably harvested when the ripeness is optimal, resulting in a high brix value and optimal taste. In addition, the purees have a long shelf life.
How to store
Store at + 2 ° C to + 6 ° C. Refrigerate after opening and use within 12 days.
How to eat
The possibilities of Ponthier Fruit purees are endless. Consider, for example, pastries (creams, compote, mouse, granita, icing, etc.) and drinks (cocktails, mocktails, smoothies, juices, milkshakes, coffee, etc.). But you can also cook with it. Consider, for example, sauces, dressings, marinades, soups and risottos.