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Orange Flowers

Product Code: 09OR

Availability: In stock

Size Price (Ex VAT) Price (Inc VAT) Price/kg Points Qty
250g
Excl. Tax: £9.24 Incl. Tax: £11.09
£36.96/kg
9
500g
Excl. Tax: £16.62 Incl. Tax: £19.94
£33.24/kg
16 Request Only
1kg
Excl. Tax: £29.63 Incl. Tax: £35.56
£29.63/kg
29
14kg
Excl. Tax: £292.56 Incl. Tax: £351.07
£20.90/kg
292

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Important Information

Must be infused in boiling water prior to consumption.


Description

Product: Orange Flowers

Latin Name: Citrus sinensis syn. Citrus aurantium sinensis

Plant Family: Rutaceae

Other Names: China Orange, Sweet Orange, Love Fruit, Apfelsine, Orange de Malte, Fleur d’Oranger, Orange Douce, Arancia, Portugal Orange, Valencia Orange, Sinaasappel, Chaang & Naranja.

Description: The sweet orange tree is a tender evergreen tree, native to southern China, which can now be found growing in southern Europe, the Mediterranean, north-eastern India and some parts of the United States such as California. It can reach a height of 7-15 metres, unlike its cousin the bitter orange (C. aurantium) you won’t find sweet oranges growing in the wild, only in cultivated areas. The Leaves are alternate, oval and 4-10cm in length, with small round toothed edges, dark glossy green in colour on the upper side and paler green on the underside. The individual 5-petaled flowers are white and surround light coloured stamens and are approximately 2-3cm in diameter, they hang in small clusters.

Brief History: Richard the Lionheart is said to have spent time near an orange grove, near Jaffa in Palestine during the crusades, circa 1190. he was so captivated with the night time aromas and sweet tastes that delighted his senses, and he often spoke of his experience. Whether that tale is true or not, one thing is certain, it wasn’t sweet oranges he experienced, true sweet oranges came to Mediterranean via China circa 1498 and the orange we know as the Jaffa orange variety wasn’t bred until the mid-19th century.

SUGGESTED USE

Orange flower water is used in middle-eastern cuisine used mostly in for making sweet dishes and confections. Orange flower water is used in the perfume industry where an orange top note is required; it is also used in the cosmetics industry for soaps, face creams, lotions and toners where astringency is required. The fresh flowers are candied and eaten as sweets in France; and a delicious fruity, floral honey is made if beehives are left solely in orange groves, dried flowers can be made into tea or added to pot pourri.

Shelf Life

Shelf life of two years provided that goods are stored in an airtight container in ambient conditions.

Technical Information

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Allergen Statement

JustIngredients Limited supplies a range of products that are internationally sourced from approved suppliers. Nuts, gluten, celery and mustard are handled on our sites. Handling procedures are in place to reduce the likelihood of allergens being present, but we cannot guarantee our ingredients are totally free of traces in the products supplied. Please see the product specification for more information. If in doubt, please email technical@justingredients.co.uk.

Delivery Information

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