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Tropical range

Cranberry
We are not in the hot tropics version but in the maple syrup tropics version ! We have selected these little berries, produced in Canada. They are planted in a field that is submerged in order to harvest all the berries that surface after they fall, at fully maturity. Perfect and strong association of astringency, acidity and red fruit aroma.
Category : Nectars
Passion Fruit
Very sharp and aromatic, fragrant and with a pronounced taste, the yellow variety of mango (Maracuja) grows on the cold highlands of western Cameroon and on the plateaus along the large Manegouba mountain range in the Mango region of Cameroon. The passion fruit aril is fragrant, tart and very refreshing!
Category : Nectars
Pineapple
We mainly work with the the Smooth Cayenne and Sugarloaf varieties, known for their pleasant tartness. It is grown in Central and West Africa on small plantations and harvested when fully ripe and bursting with sunshine! Pineapple has delicious meat, contains lots of vitamins and mineral salts and facilitates digestion: enjoy it often!
Category : Pure juices
Red Cattley Guava
Madagascar guava berries are tiny red fruits that can be eaten right off the bush and wake up your taste buds! Only a lucky few have tasted this berry, whose unique flavour can be compared to a mixture of redcurrants, blackcurrants and wild strawberries. We’ve made an unusual-tasting nectar out of these berries: an acidic attack followed by fairly strong bitterness wrapped in floral notes that linger beautifully in the mouth. You’ll be surprised by the freshness of this delicate, complex nectar. Tempted by a trip to the tropics?
Category : Nectars
Wild Mango
Harvested in Cameroon, this variety, known as “Improved Cameroon” is exceptional and will most certainly delight those who love this fleshy, sweet fruit! The production of wild mangoes aims to make this crop an important source of income for people in rural areas. We select fully ripe fruits for making our nectars.
Category : Nectars