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Japanese Citron Infused Yuzu Kosho Chili

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Jazz up your dishes with exotic, zesty and spicy traditional condiment from subtropical Kyushu island in southern Japan.

Besides its highly flavorful spicy taste, the pleasant scent will add a zesty aroma to any dish. 

Very rich umami content to spice up almost any dish.

Add a small amount to spice up salads, meat or fish dishes and sandwiches and soups.  Compliment your sushi, sashimi, noodles, udon, and stir-fries. Great on pizza, sandwiches and burgers too! The possibilities are endless.

Made from the zest of yuzu (Japanese citron) blended with chili paste and sea salt. 

Comes in green chili (Ao-Kosho) and red chili (Aka-Kosho) varieties.

• Red Variety (Aka-Kosho) - Choose from option above

Ingredients: Yuzu zest, red chili, sea salt
Net Weight: 100 grams (3.5 oz)
Product of Miyazaki, Japan

• Green Variety (Ao-Kosho) - Choose from option above

Ingredients: Yuzu zest, green chili, sea salt
Net Weight: 100 grams (3.5 oz)
Product of Miyazaki, Japan


The Japanese Wonder Citron


Yuzu is a Japanese citrus fruit (scientific name: Citrus junos) about the size of a tangerine. Think of it as kind of a small lemon with a subtly exotic aroma and a burst of flavor to match. Among things that are unmistakably Japanese, yuzu must be near the top.

It is difficult to describe what yuzu tastes and smells like. Words that come to mind are zesty, aromatic, subtle and coy.  Yuzu does not overwhelm. It complements with subtlety, much like the gentle sound of wind chimes tinkering in a lazy summer breeze.

In Japan yuzu is everywhere.  It is used fresh, dried, ground, mixed with salt, pepper and other condiments for almost any dish.  It is sliced thin to garnish fish and meat dishes.  Yuzu is used to make jams, marmalades, lemonade-like drinks and even ice cream.  The list goes on and on.

yuzu-bath.jpgJapanese love the essence of this wonderful fruit so much that they even float whole yuzus in their hot tubs for taking a long, refreshing “yuzu-yu” bath. Packed with essential oils, yuzu extract is used by leading cosmetics manufacturers for rejuvenating and replenishing the skin.

Yuzu trees are common in Japan, especially in the temperate southern and western regions.  Yuzu cultivation began in Japan in the 8th century.  Every summer, tiny white blossoms cover its branches, disguising the sharp thorns that can make picking yuzu in late autumn and winter a troublesome task. So, if you want to expand your experience of taste, smell and feel, give yuzu a try. You will not be disappointed!

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  1. great items

    Posted by Dianna K. on 3rd Jul 2012

    fantastic service, arrived v. quickly.

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