Introducing the Japanese Reigyoku Shinano Pearl Plum Gift Box, a genuine treasure from Nagano Prefecture, home to the rarest and most exquisite plums celebrated for their sweetness. Limited to an annual production of a mere 800 pieces, these premium plums have become a collector's cherished delight, granting fruit enthusiasts the opportunity to relish the very best of Nagano's harvest. It's more than just a plum; it's an irresistible indulgence you won't want to miss!
The Shinano Pearl Plum, renowned for its exceptional sweetness, defies the traditional notion of sourness associated with plums. With a sugar content of 18 brix, it offers a sweet symphony, striking the perfect balance between sugary goodness and a subtle, sophisticated plum note that is simply irresistible.
"Reigyoku" or 麗玉 in Japanese, represents the highest echelon of plums and is considered a true rarity. Only recently registered as a distinct variety in 2018, it stands as a precious gem among plums.
These plums are celebrated for their juicy, moderately firm flesh, bursting with flavour. Their skin, distinct from conventional plums, is graced with a gentle, delightful sweetness, inviting you to savour the entire fruit. What's truly remarkable is that these plums maintain their sweetness, even around the seeds, offering a fresh perspective on the traditional plum experience.
But that's not all; this extraordinary fruit is elegantly presented in a packaging box that rivals the plums themselves in exceptional quality. The diamond-like gold presentation adds an extra layer of sophistication and exclusiveness, making it the perfect gift for any special occasion. Whether you're indulging yourself or sharing this exclusive offering with a loved one, the packaging exudes luxury and exclusivity, setting the stage for an unforgettable experience.
When enjoying these Japanese Reigyoku Shinano Pearl Plum , remember to rinse off the white powder (bloom) on the skin with water before eating. For a complete experience, consider slightly cooling the plums and slicing them into slices and separating the stem core seed effortlessly for a convenient, refreshing delight.
FUN FACTS & TIPS
Cultivating Shinano Pearl plums is a labor-intensive process. The fruit's thin skin makes it susceptible to scratches, and the large fruit can easily fall off the tree. To ensure a high sugar content, the plums are slowly ripened on the tree in challenging natural conditions, such as rain, wind, and high temperatures. This meticulous effort ensures that each plum meets the exceptional sweetness standards of 18 degrees brix and more.
Its delicate cultivation requirements mean that just a handful of producers can nurture these exceptional fruits, with a limited annual production of only 800 pieces. Making them exceptionally rare. They are also heavier than it looks, weighing over 300 grams.
NUTRITION & HEALTH BENEFITS
• Aids in calcium absorption • Fight inflammation • Lower blood pressure • Reduce the risk of heart disease • Regulate bowel movements • Stabilize blood sugar levels
Rich In Fibre, Thiamine, Riboflavin, Vitamins K, C, B6 Vitamins & Minerals, Such As Copper, Potassium, Magnesium, Manganese
Common Names: Japan Reigyoku Shinano Pearl Plum, Ciruela japonesa, Prune japonaise, Japanische Pflaume, Prugna giapponese, 日本梅, Rìběn méi, 日本の梅, Nihon no ume, 일본 매실, Ilbon maesil, シナノパール, Nagano, 長野