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Sale Caperberries - Alcaparrones

Caperberries - Alcaparrones

Fruit of the Caper Bush

All Natural

$6.95$4.95cc-02
 
  • Pickled, juicy and delicious
  • About 35 caperberries per jar
  • Tender with a bit of crunch
  • Great in cocktails
  • Size - 6.3 oz/180 g

Caperberries are tender and briny with a nice crunch. We serve them chilled as a tapa, or added to salads. They also make a unique cocktail garnish.

Caperberries are the fruit of a wild flowering bush, Capparis Spinosa, which grows in profusion along the long Mediterranean coastline of Spain. These juicy pickled treats are wonderful with seafood and as a garnish for salads. Around our house, they generally do not get as far as the dinner table - my family hangs around the kitchen during meal preparation and eats them right out of the jar!

Related to capers, which are the flower buds of the same bush, caperberries are less salty and have a more olive-like flavor.

Caperberries are handpicked in midsummer and naturally fermented to preserve their delicate texture, green color, and unique flavor.

Customer Reviews

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    "Love them, great with meat and cheeses. "

    February 2018

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    "I put them in Martini, excellent!!!"

    January 2018

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    "Excelent!"

    February 2017

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    "Disappointed in these. Very mushy. No crunch. Much smaller than ones I've had in restaurant."

    December 2016

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    "very good"

    February 2016

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    "Igual que en mi casa "

    February 2016

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    "too bitter for me."

    January 2016

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    "I've had these before; really like them with wine and olives "

    November 2015

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    "Excellent taste, just smaller and more tender than the ones I really enjoy."

    October 2015

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    "Love these. I will certainly order these again. "

    May 2013

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    "very good.a little too salty for me"

    January 2013

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    "Very good to just pop into your mouth. Tend to be addictive."

    February 2010

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