Apricots by Yannick Colombie
Velvety golden orange
Ripe and harvested on its peak, Yannick Colombie Apricots are fruits that will make you fall in love all over again, just as much as his Cherries did.
Tasting Notes from the Curator
Apricots are adorable little stone fruits with velvety golden orange skin and a tangy sweet flesh that tastes like a cross between a peach and a plum.
When ripe, they’re sweet like a peach with just a tiny punch of sour flavor (unripe ones will be more sour).
Yannick Colombie is known for harvesting fruits at their peak stage so you can assure that what you get are the ripened sweet tangy kind.
Apricots are great eaten as is but can be enjoyed in a variety of baking recipes.
A Small Farm with Keen Attention to Quality
Yannick Colombie has a small 10 hectares farm in Lizac, Tarn et Garonne, in the South West of France. He is famous for his agriculture focused on extreme quality. The fruits of Yannick Colombie are already present on the tables of the Ritz in Paris or the Bristol. His star product, cherries, remains as French President Emmanuel Macron favorite.
Disclaimer on availability
These apricots are available when good weather conditions allow proper harvest of quality apricots. Shall there be any delays or quality alerts from producer in France, you will be informed promptly and will be given the best date to expect the best quality harvest.
Apricots continue to ripen after picking. They should be stored at room temperature, away from sunlight and heat until they give softly to the touch and have a sweet aroma. Once ripe, refrigerate apricots as necessary to prevent spoiling, but cold temperatures may change their texture and taste.