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Floral Fir Beads 50 g (1.76 oz)

pasteurized alginate bead with fir hydrolat - Liquid center
SKU: FR0701A0006
/ Vendor reference: 40
Our rare and extraordinary FLORAL BEADS are made from floral waters (hydrolats) of plants and wild flowers, harvested by hand... Read more
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Number of sales unit per box : 12
Net weight of sales unit: 0.05 kg
Storage temperature: 0 °C / 30 °C
ABIES LAGRIMUS
Creation date: 2013
Order minimum for this seller : 66.00€
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Product description

Our rare and extraordinary FLORAL BEADS are made from floral waters (hydrolats) of plants and wild flowers, harvested by hand from the Canigou Massif, in the Catalan Pyrenees, then patiently distilled in a copper alembic to obtain the Essential Oils

The Floral Waters obtained through distillation are used to prepare our FLORAL BEADS.

At the 1728 Restaurant (former hotel of General Marquis de La Fayette, 8 rue d’Anjou , 200 m from Elysée Palace, Chef Nicolas Roudier and his pastry chef use our Beads in many recipes and mixes.

Details

  • Primary pack: verre
  • Restoration work: Ready-to-eat
  • allergens present in the product: N/A
Typical nutritional values per 100g
Energy 409 KJ / 98 Kcal
Carbohydrate 23.9 g
Fat 0.1 g
Protein 0.1 g

Advices:

Storage: Shelf life of 7 days at +4° C (39° F) after opening.

Ingredient list:

Floral water from the Abies Alba Fir (95 %), water, thickening agent: cellulose gum, settling agents: calcium chloride, sodium alginate, preservative: potassium sorbate
Perles Florales de sapin 50 gr FR0701A0006 2
Producer: ABIES LAGRIMUS
Company #: 79429818200013
Main product categories:
  • Savory prepared foods
  • Sweet prepared foods
Creation date: 2013
Number of employees: 1 to 9 employee(s)
Revenues: Less than € 0.5 million
Quality control: 1 employee(s)
R&D: 1 employee(s)
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