Nutritional information per 100 g
Juniper berries, whole
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Item no108813
Energy
385 kcal / 1.618 kJ
Fat
15 g
- thereof saturated fatty acids
0,6 g
Carbohydrates
37 g
thereof sugar
7,5 g
Protein
20 g
Salt
0,05 g
Allergenic ingredients
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Juniper berries, whole

The juniper berry shrub is particularly at home on moorland and in mountainous regions, and can be found throughout Europe. The further south the juniper berries grow, the stronger the flavor will be. Juniper berries have a slightly resinous, fir-like smell; they taste slightly bitter but also aromatic and tangy. The strong taste of the forest and moorland comes from the high content of essential oils, resins, bitter components and tanning agents as well as sugar. Juniper berries are a classic accompaniment to wild game dishes and are also used in preserves and pickles. The lion’s share of the juniper berry harvest goes to the spirits industry, where it is used to manufacture gin, genever, schnapps and liqueurs.
Juniper berries, whole
The juniper berry shrub is particularly at home on moorland and in mountainous regions, and can be found throughout Europe. The further south the juniper berries grow, the stronger the flavor will be. Juniper berries have a slightly resinous, fir-like smell; they taste slightly bitter but also aromatic and tangy. The strong taste of the forest and moorland comes from the high content of essential oils, resins, bitter components and tanning agents as well as sugar. Juniper berries are a classic accompaniment to wild game dishes and are also used in preserves and pickles. The lion’s share of the juniper berry harvest goes to the spirits industry, where it is used to manufacture gin, genever, schnapps and liqueurs.
Juniper berries, whole

Product information

Art.no.108813
Culinary definition
ideal for cooking, preparation and marinating in spicy cuisine
Storage
Keep closed and store in a dry place!
Packing
Aroma Safe 1200 ml
Net weight 400 g