These premium red lover cherries are sweet, plump, juicy, and the colour ranges from a deep red to a rich mahogany when ripe. They are the perfect combination of sweet and tart and are typically eaten in their purest form - raw, which brings out the rich and aromatic aftertaste.
For optimal freshness, refrain from washing the cherries before storing, as moisture can expedite the rotting process. To extend their lifespan, pop them into the refrigerator immediately after purchase. Stored at cooler temperatures, these cherries will delight your taste buds for two to three weeks.
FUN FACTS & TIPS
Since there are so many different types of cherries in the world, there are also so many different flavours. Therefore, cherries are a bit like wine - whether you like them sweet or sour, you'll have to try them all to find your favourite! If you've ever come across sour or tasteless cherries, you can either boost the sweetness with natural honey or boil them down into jam or sauce. To do this, simply remove the pits, puree the cherries in a blender, and boil them down with sugar in a pan or pot until they break down and release their juices.
NUTRITION & HEALTH BENEFITS
• Anti-inflammatory compounds • Rich in antioxidants • Boost exercise recovery • Aids heart health • Improve symptoms of arthritis and gout • Improve sleep quality
High in Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Vitamin B3, Vitamin K, Potassium, Polyphenols, Calcium, Protein, Iron
Common Names: Red Lover Cherries, Red Lover, Lover Cherries, Cerise Sauvage, Cerises Douces, Cerisier, Cerisier des Bois, Cerisier Doux, Cerisier des Oiseaux, Cerisier Sauvage, Cherry, Merisier, Merisier des Oiseaux, Prunus, Wild Cherry, Bing Cherry, Sweet Black Cherries, Lambert, Chelan, Sweetheart, Tulare, 樱桃, 黑珍珠樱桃