The Japanese have great pride in their produce and in particular, they're very aware of the origins of their fruits and vegetables. Japan has many micro-climates and the growing conditions vary widely across the main island and the smaller islands of the archipelago.
On the southeastern tip of the island of Kyushu is perched Miyazaki prefecture - the rugged coastlines and strong Pacific breezes make this pocket of land ideal for growing citrus and yuzu in particular. This bumpy little fruit, about the size of a tangerine, is beautifully fragrant and quite sweet, though its sourness is the predominant flavor.
The fruit is coarsely chopped and cooked with honey to create this amazing marmalade. Tart and sweet with a tinge of bitterness, we love a dollop of this slathered on a slice of toasted dark bread. Try stirring a bit into a pan sauce for duck or pork. Whisk a spoonful into a dressing for a green salad or ceviche with fresh herbs. Spoon over ice cream or sorbet. Use a base for a tart with almond paste and fresh citrus.
Posted by Joan on 10th Dec 2013
I just had some for lunch drizzled on Morbier & Stilton cheese. It's a very tasty product.
Posted by Angelyn Arcaro on 1st Aug 2012
I love Japanese Yuzu Marmalade. The citrus taste explodes in your mouth. It is subtle, not overwhelming, and so delicious. I can't wait to have my toast and eggs before a busy day. I highly recommend this product.
Posted by A.Rubin on 29th Sep 2010
This is a great product. Similar to orange marmalade in its tartness and with chunks citrus peel. Not especially sweet, but the yuzu has a distinct flavor that is really delicious. Worth trying.
Posted by Unknown on 3rd Mar 2010
If you're a marmalade fan, you've got to try this. The yuzu flavor is exquisite. A little dab of this stuff spread on a piece of toast or a biscuit is a great way to start the day.