The mirabelle is a specialty of the French region of Lorraine, which has an ideal climate and soil composition for the cultivation of this fruit. They are known for being sweet and full of flavour. The fruit is primarily used in fruit preserves and dessert pies, and its juice is commonly fermented for wine or distilled into plum brandy. 90% of mirabelle plums grown commercially are made into either jam (70%) or eau de vie (20%).
Pitted mirabelle plums in light syrup in tin 2/1 (140 to 187 fruits per can). Specialized in fruit since 1948, Brover delivers high quality Mediterranean fruits in syrup and fruit fillings for the baking industry.
Ingredients: Mirabelle plums, Water, Sugar, Glucose-fructose syrup.
Brover’s fruits are delicious by themselves; they might as well be used by pastry chefs to make delectable treats such as pies, cakes or turnovers.