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Kumquats (250g)

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Description/Taste:
Kumquats are small, oval citrus fruits with a bright orange skin and a sweet-tart flavour. Unlike other citrus varieties, their skin is thin and sweet, while the flesh inside is tart. This unique combination allows them to be eaten whole, skin and all. Their size is similar to large olives or grapes, and they offer a burst of vibrant flavour with every bite.

Seasons/Availability:
In the UK, kumquats are not grown on a large scale due to the climate. They are primarily imported, with availability usually peaking in the winter months, from November to March. The main sources of kumquats for the UK market are Mediterranean countries, especially Spain, as well as South Africa.

Uses & Flavour Pairings:
Kumquats are versatile and can be enjoyed fresh, candied, pickled, or even made into jams and marmalades. Their sweet-tart profile pairs beautifully with dark chocolate, creamy cheeses, and roasted meats. They can also be used as garnishes in cocktails or salads, offering a pop of colour and a burst of citrusy freshness.

History:
Originating from East Asia, kumquats have been cultivated for centuries. They were introduced to Europe in the 19th century and have since found a niche in various cuisines. In the UK, while they might not be as common as other citrus fruits, they are appreciated by those who favour their unique taste and appearance, especially during festive seasons.
SKU: KUME
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