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This traditional dessert is handmade with whole pitted sour cherries floating in an all-natural syrup of sugar and water - no preservatives or additives at all, just simple island sweetness.
“Spoon Sweets” are that quintessentially Greek accompaniment to coffee, and the sour cherry version is perhaps the most classic and well-known of them all. They are served as you’re welcomed to someone’s home, with a spoonful on a small plate. But don’t just save it for visitors, share it with all your family and friends!
Importantly, there are no preservatives, additives, artificial flavors nor colorants.
For foodies with a sweet tooth, Citrus Scent of Memory offers a zestful view into the unique heritage of the Greek island of Chios.
We love Spoon Sweets as a topping for cheesecake, flan, panna cotta, yogurt parfaits. Need a recipe? Add it in your chia pudding, or your morning oatmeal, toast or bagel or top crepes, waffles, pancakes and muffins. Here is a favorite one for a panna cotta topped with Citrus' Chian tangerine spoon sweet, which you can make with any of the Citrus Spoon Sweets, or try Maria’s favorite flourless chocolate cake - the Sour Cherry version can turn it into a Greek version of Black Forest Cake! And, of course, you can even enjoy it the traditional Greek way, as a spoonful of sweet luxury with your afternoon coffee or tea.
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INGREDIENTS: Sugar, Sour Cherry (50%). May contain traces of nuts.
For every 100 gr (3.5 oz), Calories: 283 kcal
Total Fats: 1.5g
of which Saturates: <0.5g
Total Carbohydrates: 67g
of which Sugars:63g
STORAGE: Store in a cool and dry place.
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We chose Citrus for the uniqueness of their product, more specifically for the rare variety of their citrus fruit and the small, exclusive production of handmade goods. We considered this to be the best kept secret in the world and felt the urge to share it with others.
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