Sour Cherry

Closely related to the wild cherry, the sour cherry is more acidic and so is useful primarily for cooking. This fruit has been documented by the Greeks as early as 300 B.C. Serve alone, with coffee, or as a topping on yogurt, vanilla ice cream, on pana cotta, cheesecake, tarts, crepes, or use to make ice cream or other desserts.

Offered in 260 g glass jar.