Apricots of the Season
Freshest and juiciest produce from company Tresors de L’Isle.
Tasting Notes of the Curator
The fruit is juicy, moderately sweet and tangy, to eat ripe. Their soft flesh and skin are a pleasure for the senses. They announce the beginning of French summer and are a perfect treat for the whole family.
Eat as is, or pair with a Kurimu Shoyu Caramel ice cream and some berries.
From the magical Comtat Venaissin
I’Isle sur la Sorgue is at the heart of the Comtat Venaissin, that used to be a pontifical state from the 13th to the 18th century. The Comtat Venaissin includes Carpentras, famous for its strawberries, Cavaillon, famous for the Melons, and l’Isle sur la Sorgue, famous for its fruits and vegetables and markets.
Tresors de L’Isle has been in the business of sustainable agriculture with keen attention to detail and quality of produce. In their name are Label Rouge Cherries, the freshest Muscat Grapes, Apples they refer to as The Pink Lady, and of course these juicy and tangy Apricots that are sought after across the globe.
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.