A fruit from the Rosaceae family. The Romans brought cherry trees from Asia Minor to Europe at the beginning of our era. They probably resembled the wild cherries that we know: very small clusters of dark cherries, covered little flesh and fragile skin. Cherry trees have been grown and sold since the Middle Ages for their wood and their fruit, but it was under the reign of Louis XV that they were actually selected and intensively cultivated to satisfy royal demand.
Black cherry purée can be used to make delicious fruit treats including sauces for plated desserts, smoothies, ice creams, and sorbets. Black cherry purée is wonderful in popsicles or paletas. It can also be added to vinaigrette for salads such as arugula with grilled duck breast.
Obtained with the edible parts of the fruit, then sieved and finely chopped, without concentration, Boiron's frozen fruit purées are made with 90% ripe fruit and 10% sugars.
Product of France.
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