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CHINRIU Salt Pickled Sakura Cherry Blossoms, 500g

Cherry blossoms are pickled after harvesting to preserve them so they can be used outside of the Sakura season, which is rather short and unpredictable. Our fre… read more
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Cherry blossoms are pickled after harvesting to preserve them so they can be used outside of the Sakura season, which is rather short and unpredictable. Our fresh cherry blossoms are soaked in Ume plum vinegar to preserve the pink color and then pickled in salt. This method has been developed over many generations, and allows you to enjoy authentic sakura flavor and decorations wherever and whenever!

Pickled cherry blossoms are originally used to make sakura tea, which is used on special occasions, such as weddings. When cooked together with rice, they do not only create a beautiful colorful contrast, but the rice also absorbs the flowery aromas of the cherry blossoms. Nowadays, pickled sakura also made its way into the world of pastries; There is a growing number of Japanese and Western recipes with sakura. We are collecting an ever growing list of great sakura recipes on our blog.

CHINRIU is a specialist for condiments, pickles and sweets made of ume plum, red shiso and sakura cherry blossoms. The company was established in 1871 by the last chief cook of Odawara castle - Monya KOMINE - and is now run by the fifth generation of the KOMINE family. In Japan, the CHINRIU brand is well known for the quality of its products, which are sold in own shops as well as major department stores and premium super markets.

CHINRIU products clean and natural, without the use of unnecessary enhancers. Furthermore, many products are suitable to a wide range of diets such as Gluten Free, Vegan, Halal, Kosher, Rawfood and Macrobiotic.

Producer: Chinriu Honten (1871, Odawara)
Ingredients: Sakura Cherry Blossoms from Kanagawa prefecture, Ume Plum Vinegar, Salt
Salt %: 30%
Shelf-life: 12 months
Storage: Keep in a dry and cool area

CHINRIU Salt Pickled Sakura Cherry Blossoms, 500g

$320.11

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Cherry blossoms are pickled after harvesting to preserve them so they can be used outside of the Sakura season, which is rather short and unpredictable. Our fresh cherry blossoms are soaked in Ume plum vinegar to preserve the pink color and then pickled in salt. This method has been developed over many generations, and allows you to enjoy authentic sakura flavor and decorations wherever and whenever!

Pickled cherry blossoms are originally used to make sakura tea, which is used on special occasions, such as weddings. When cooked together with rice, they do not only create a beautiful colorful contrast, but the rice also absorbs the flowery aromas of the cherry blossoms. Nowadays, pickled sakura also made its way into the world of pastries; There is a growing number of Japanese and Western recipes with sakura. We are collecting an ever growing list of great sakura recipes on our blog.

CHINRIU is a specialist for condiments, pickles and sweets made of ume plum, red shiso and sakura cherry blossoms. The company was established in 1871 by the last chief cook of Odawara castle - Monya KOMINE - and is now run by the fifth generation of the KOMINE family. In Japan, the CHINRIU brand is well known for the quality of its products, which are sold in own shops as well as major department stores and premium super markets.

CHINRIU products clean and natural, without the use of unnecessary enhancers. Furthermore, many products are suitable to a wide range of diets such as Gluten Free, Vegan, Halal, Kosher, Rawfood and Macrobiotic.

Producer: Chinriu Honten (1871, Odawara)
Ingredients: Sakura Cherry Blossoms from Kanagawa prefecture, Ume Plum Vinegar, Salt
Salt %: 30%
Shelf-life: 12 months
Storage: Keep in a dry and cool area

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