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Lychees (Box 2Kg)

Product Description
£38.00
Maximum quantity available reached.
Description/Taste:
Lychees are small, round fruits encased in a rough, reddish-pink rind that easily peels away to reveal translucent, juicy flesh. The flesh is aromatic, sweet, and slightly tart, reminiscent of a grape or pear with subtle floral undertones. At the centre of each lychee is a singular, large, inedible seed. The combination of its unique texture and flavour makes lychees a sought-after tropical delight.

Seasons/Availability:
Lychees aren't grown in the UK due to the temperate climate. To cater to the demand, they are imported, mainly during the summer months. The primary sources for lychees in the UK market are countries in Southeast Asia, such as Thailand and Vietnam, as well as Madagascar.

Uses & Flavour Pairings:
Lychees can be enjoyed fresh by peeling off the skin and removing the seed, making for a refreshing snack. They're also a popular addition to fruit salads, desserts, and cocktails. Their sweet and fragrant flavour pairs beautifully with other tropical fruits, coconut, and even certain spices like ginger. Lychee juice and puree are also used to create beverages and sauces.

History:
Originating from Southern China, lychees have been cultivated and cherished for thousands of years. Their cultivation and popularity spread to neighbouring countries and, eventually, other parts of the world. In the UK, while lychees are considered an exotic fruit, they are highly appreciated for their unique taste and are often associated with gourmet and festive occasions.
SKU: LYCB
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