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Lemon Aspen Fruit

Flavor: Tart citrus flavor like a blend of grapefruit and lime with a unique aromatic character.
Appearance:  Pale yellow fruit about 20-25mm in diameter with small black seeds encased in husks as in apples.
Uses: For a garnish, soak in sugar syrup or sweet vinegar.
Helpful Hints - Best cored or use the juice product (see below) for flavor rather than attempting to infuse flavor from the whole fruits. Do not use with any other citrus.
Storage:   Frozen  (approx. 260 fruits/kg

Lemon Aspen Juice

Flavor: Tart citrus flavor like a blend of grapefruit and lime with a unique aromatic character.
Appearance:  Pale yellow in color, pasteurized and packed frozen. Once thawed, store chilled.
Use: Use to flavor soft desserts, dressings and sauces, sprinkle over oysters or pizza, use as a marinade with honey and soy. Use at 2% (2ml/100ml) addition rate. Note: DO NOT use with any other citrus.
Storage – Frozen

Lemon Aspen Syrup

Flavor: Sweet citrus flavor similar to blend of grapefruit and lime.
Appearance:  Pale yellow syrup.
Uses: As a dessert flavoring or topping or as a meat glaze. Add coriander to make a Thai-style dipping sauce. Do not use with other citrus.
Storage - Refrigerate after opening, Dry, 2kg food service bags.

Lemon Myrtle

Flavor:  Distinctive smooth lemon grass, lemon & lime oil flavor.
Appearance: A free-flowing green powder.
Use: Add to breads, pancakes, scones, muffins, butter cakes, cheesecakes or breads. Mix into hot cooked rice, over fish or chicken. Extremely versatile flavoring. Oils are volatile and can dissipate with heat so best added as a post-preparation seasoning or cold-formulated. Use at around 0.5% (5g/kg)

Lemon Myrtle Oil

Flavor: Lemon and lime oil and lemon grass flavor.
Appearance: Transparent pale yellow oil.
Uses: Flavor cream, milk, oil, vinegar or stock for desserts, sauces, dressings and soups. Flavor dissipates on heating so best used as a post-cooking flavoring at 2 to 4 drops per liter of product.

Limes - Finger

Flavor: Slightly bitter and very tart lime
Appearance: Approx. 20-30mm in diameter, round and light green or yellow.
Uses: Marmalades, meat jams, sauces and bittersweet desserts. Salt preserved or char-grilled fruit slices. Fine slice frozen fruit and cock down in water. Salt to balance bitterness. Sweeten to taste.
Storage: Frozen  (approx. 37 / kg)

Limes - Wild Large

Flavor: Tart lime
Appearance: Unique finger shape. Yields amazing lime caviar - various colors.
Uses: Oyster garnish, Marmalades, meat jams, sauces and bittersweet desserts.

Limes - Wild Desert (small)

Flavor: Slightly bitter and very tart lime
Appearance: Approx. 10-15mm in diameter, round, green, thin skin.
Uses: Use whole as a garnish for mains or desserts.  Cook briefly to keep limes whole or cook in a weak sugar syrup. Salt lightly to balance any bitterness.
Storage: Frozen   (approx. 210 fruits / kg)

Macadamia Nut Oil

Flavor:  World famous rich oily nut.
Appearance:  Transparent yellow oil.
Uses: Salad oil, dressings, pasta flavoring. Best used as a flavoring oil as for sesame seed oil.

Mountain Pepper

Flavor: Bushy character with a hot zing somewhere between pepper and chili.
Appearance - A free-flowing light green powder.
Use - Seasoning as for conventional pepper or as a flavoring in breads, butter, sauces or even desserts. Cook in to impart woody character. Heat removes the zing which can be reintroduced with an additional finishing seasoning. Use at around 0.5% (5g/1kg)

Mountain Pepper BBQ Sauce

Flavor: Pepper and spice flavor with a woody character.
Appearance:  Thick brown stock color.
Uses:  BBQ meats, stir-fry dishes, sausages and as a marinade.
Storage: Refrigerate after opening, 2kg food service bags


Flavor - Granny Smith apple flavor with a subtle spicy finish.
Appearance: Green to red and pea-sized.
Use: whole or extended with blended apples in muffins, fruit pies, puddings. Sauté with onions or mushrooms. Once thawed, Munthari still presents well and can be used as a garnish. Will stay whole even with prolonged cooking. Frozen (approx. 2700 fruits/kg)

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