Wild bramble, ripe and without peduncle
Its most common uses are in the preparation of jams and jellies, as well as in desserts, cakes and biscuits. It can also be used to make liqueurs, juices, syrups and sauces, since they combine very well in savory recipes. Its sweet flavor creates suggestive contrasts in cheese dishes and meat recipes, especially game meat.
Be sure to try the original Gin Tonic with blackberry and lemon, a guaranteed success!

REF. 4309


Boxes of 5 bags of 1 kg each.
They are presented in whole units in frozen condition (by IQF ultra-freezing).

Tips for Use

It is used as an ingredient in cakes, jellies and jams. It is used as decoration in cooking and pastry making . Taste the delicious mixture of a light jam with whipped cream.

Organoleptic Characteristics

Color: typical of the variety of this fruit: dark purple.
Smell: Characteristic of fruit and fresh.
Flavor: typical of bittersweet blackberry initially and with maturation becoming sweeter and sweeter.
Texture/consistency: fleshy texture in the mouth, with irregularities due to its shape.

Storage Conditions

Tested shelf life: 42 months, kept in original packaging and stored frozen at -20ºC.
If thawed, it should never be refrozen.
Thawing should be done under refrigeration (2 to 5ºC) and kept at this temperature until thawing.
total consumption, recommended in a maximum of 48 hours, preserving its organoleptic properties.

Nutritional Information

Nutritional Information

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