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We don’t exactly know when or where the Bergamot orange tree began — or even what fruits were crossed to make it. In general, it is thought that they are the
Anyone who has brewed a cup of Earl Grey knows the sweet scent of bergamot – this fragrant citrus is synonymous with Calabria, but what is it exactly and where did it come from? Join us as we explore the history of this knobbly Calabrian fruit.
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Bergamot orange is a gorgeous winter fruit, bright as the sun, with a striking punch of acidity underpinned notes of flowers and black pepper. Its complexity means that it brings big flavor to whatever you happen to make, and this simple bergamot syrup is one of the easiest ways to both use and preserve the fruit.
- • 3 Bergamot oranges
Baking & Spices
- • 1 cup Cane sugar, unrefined
- • 1/2 Water