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Untreated Italian bergamot, 1 kg

Untreated Italian bergamot, 1 kg
Untreated Italian bergamot, 1 kg
Untreated Italian bergamot, 1 kg

The next shipment is expected to arrive on the 12th of December 2022!

Ripe, untreated peel oranges are available in our online store in limited quantities, for pre-order every year, during the Italian citrus season, i.e. approx. from December to the end of February.

Pre-orders for the first shipment can be placed until Monday, December 5, or while supplies last.
The deadline for personal pickup is Thursday, December 15

We ask everyone to place their order via the webshop!

Based on the orders placed, we will send a separate notification when the product can be picked up or when the package has been handed over to the courier service. It has happened before that the notification was sent to the spam folder, so if you do not receive the notification about the shipment of the package or the possibility of picking it up at the store, please contact us by phone!

Fruit home delivery fees: 0-9 kg HUF 2,190 | 10-19 kg HUF 2,400 | 20-29 kg HUF 3,000 | 30-39 kg HUF 4,000 | 40-49 kg HUF 5,000 | 50-59 kg HUF 6,000 | 60 kg HUF 7,000 | quantities above these can only be collected in person.

In the case of home delivery, please note that packages are sent out in the order in which orders are received, so we cannot guarantee that they will be delivered on Tuesday or Wednesday!

Due to technical reasons, we cannot send fruit to the GLS parcel point, it can only be ordered by personal collection or home delivery!

Available
Next on 19 December
Preorder
2 450 Ft
Unit price: 2 450 Ft/kg
Out of stock
Details

Bergamot is a type of orange with a bitter smell. Its colour is not bright yellow, but slightly orange, its flesh is juicy, its taste is sour, floral, sweeter than lemon, it is often called "sweet lemon". Its smell is reminiscent of the popular Earl Gray tea, not by chance, as it is prepared with the addition of bergamot. It was named after Bergamo, an Italian (Lombardy) city. Native to Southern Europe and Asia, it belongs to the Rutaceae family.

Bergamot oil was already an important part of Italian medicine in the 16th century, mainly due to its bactericidal and antipyretic effects. At the time of Napoleon, it was mostly used for making perfumes, and the main component of the classic eau de cologne was bergamot (it also contained rosemary, bitter orange and orange blossom).

Bergamot oil is very effective in the treatment of mouth, skin, respiratory and urinary tract infections, as well as appetite control.

  • Type of plant: created by grafting different citrus fruit; a huge tree with smaller, orange-like fruit.
  • Geographical origin: Italy (originally from Asia).
  • Its oil can be extracted: from the peel of the fruit; its oil is greenish-yellow.
  • Its effects in brief: antidepressant, antiseptic, balancing, calming, refreshing, uplifting, sedative for the nervous system, wound healing, digestion aid, insect repellent.

Recipes with bergamot:

How to make bergamot marmalade?

Bergamot custard cups

 

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Country of origin
Italy
Place of origin
Calabria
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