Jasmine Blossom, Aromatic, jasmine
Jasmine is mostly known as an ingredient for tea, but it can be used infusion in many different ways.
- Taste / Aroma
- Aromatic, jasmine
- Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter, Christmas, Easter, Game, Mothersday, Rhubarb, Strawberry, Valentine's Day
- Cold, 2-7 °C
Jasmine is mostly known as an ingredient for tea, but it can be used infusion in many different ways. Especially in wellseasoned dishes that develop a little sweetness, such as shellfish or crustaceans, duck liver or lobster bouillon.
Make the extraction at low temperature. Too warm will result in a bitter flavour. Jasmine Blossom can be used with oriental dishes, curries, in bread macaroons and sauces. It combines perfectly with summer fruits and citrus.
Jasmine is a plant, known in Europe and Asia for its flavour and scent for centuries already. The name originates from Arabic and means ‘Gift from God’.
Jasmine Blossom is available year round and can easily be stored for up to seven days at a temperature of 2-7°C. Produced in a socially responsible culture, Jasmine Blossom meets the hygienic kitchen standards.
The product is ready to use, since it is grown clean and hygienically.
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- Sweet, Bitter
- Asian, Creolic, French, Indian, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Persian, Thai, Turkish, Oriental
- Baking, Blending, Blitzing / Mashing, Canning, Cold infusion, Confiture, Drying, Freezing, Gel, Hot infusion, Macerate, Marinating, Pickling, Sous vide, Syrup
- Alcohol, Breakfast, Cocktail, Crustaceans, Dessert, Fish, Fruit, Game, Infusion, Pastry, Poultry, Soup, Starter, Sushi, Tea, Vegetarian, Vegetables, Water
- Taste Friends
- Gin, Vodka, Chocolate, Prawns, Lobster, Crab, Crustaceans others, Fish (saltwater), Apple, Berries, Blueberry, Cherry, Coconut, Figs, Grapefruit, Grapes, Lime, Mandarin, Peach, Peas, Pineapple, Plum, Granatapfel, Raspberry, Red fruit, Strawberry, Watermelon, Deer, Rabbit, Game (other), Fennel, Goat, Lamb, Veal, Shiitake mushroom, Mushrooms (others), Pistachio, Chicken, Duck, Goose, Pheasant, Pigeon, Quail, Turkey, Poultry (other), Cinnamon, Vanilla, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Liquorice, Ponzu, Pumpkin seeds, Rice, Seaweed, Soy sauce, Sugar, Tofu, Yuzu