Le Cédrat

The Cedrat


Più spessu cà u so cucinu u limoni, eccu un fruttu « leca diti » rinumatu in i cunfiserii.

Longueur: 3 cm

Le cédrat est en vermeil d'or jaune émaillé main. Sa feuille est mobile.



Bigger, lumpier and thicker-skinned than its cousin the lemon, the cedrat has been grown in Corsica since Roman times. The pulp of this strange fruit finds its way into perfumes and jams, while its skin is familiar in boxes of crystallized fruits.

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