Apricot, also called ”Armenian apple” has disputed origins between Armenia, China, India and sometimes even Japan. Introduced in Greece by Alexander the Great, it soon spread into Western Europe where it has been grown since then. Slightly over 50% of apricots are produced around the Mediterranean area.
What stands out the most about Aristo Apricot is its colour. It is mostly red, which gives it an attractive appearance. On top of that, its flavour is sweet and juicy.
Delicious to eat as it is or in a fruit salad. If you’re feeling like baking, try this original and mouth-watering dessert recipe, Rosemary & apricot friands from Chef Jamie Oliver.
You can keep them in the fridge for up to a week.
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