A Bold Flavour.
Over many years, horticultural scientists from Europe, Russia and Canada have contributed to refining the palatability of many popular Sea buckthorn cultivars. With its bold flavour and intense colour, the Sea berry has become a muse in the culinary world. In North America and Europe, many Executive Chefs are known to keep Sea buckthorn on hand for several of their culinary creations.
If this is your first time using pure Sea buckthorn juice, and you are unsure about the direction to go in, confectionaries and desserts will be a fail-safe way to introduce your guests (or yourself) to this new fruit.
The most palate-pleasing of them all is Seaberry sorbet.
A Quick Recipe;
Mix 500ml pure Sea buckthorn juice, 650ml water, and simple syrup to taste.. add to sorbet mixer…Voilà. Substitutions for refined sugar could be agave nectar or honey.
Punch it up by infusing the Sea buckthorn juice with freshly grated ginger and replacing the simple syrup with ginger syrup.
Cold-Pressed Sea Buckthorn Juice – Delicious Pairings.
The versatility of the Sea berry is what is most interesting. It can be used in healthy drinks, smoothie bowls, beers, and spirits. Also, both sweet and savoury dishes will be well balanced by their citrusy nature. When first searching to compliment the flavour of Sea buckthorn, look to earthy, tropical, and naturally sweet ingredients, such as; apple, mango, melon, pineapple, banana, turmeric, or caramel.
Chocolate is always a fantastic combo for sea buckthorn. The juice can be made into a delicious ganache to add to the center of a dark chocolate shell. Or add the Sweetened Dried Berries to chocolate bars.
The juice easily substitutes for lemon or lime in a number of dishes. A few teaspoons will make delicious value-added guacamole or a dressing to drizzle over tomatoes and mozzarella.
Our Sea buckthorn herbal tea is made of dehydrated berries and leaves. Our Sea buckthorn powder is made of 100% ground sea berry pulp. A tea made with both products will produce a bright infusion that can be enjoyed as a thirst-quenching iced tea, in cocktails, or fermented with kombucha cultures. Those searching for a perfectly nourishing and rehydrating sports drink will appreciate Seabuckthorn juice blended with a mix of cinnamon and sea buckthorn teas.
Sea Buckthorn Berries Are Packed with Nutrients.
As the world shifts, we are becoming increasingly health-conscious individuals who understand the importance of nutrient-dense foods to sustain good health and long lives. Still, we also value refined and flavorful recipes. With a panoply of nutrients, Sea buckthorn is considered among Mother Nature’s most whole foods. Eighteen amino acids, seventeen vitamins, fourteen minerals, unsaturated fatty acids, and much more are present in the fruit. Sea buckthorn berries (also called seaberries) and the juice extracted from them have high nutritional value. Both are valuable for treating common ailments such as gastric and cardiovascular issues. The oils in the fruit and seed are high in Omega fatty acids 3, 6, 7 & 9 and are often consumed to promote beautiful skin and hair.
Some delicious ways to enjoy our pure Sea buckthorn juice;
* Blend chia seeds, soaked in pure Sea buckthorn juice, with frozen bananas and pineapple chunks, into a delicious smoothie bowl. Top with granola, fresh fruits, coconut and frozen or sweetened dried Sea buckthorn berries. This is the perfect after-workout refuel.
* Agave – Sea buckthorn coulis is an excellent topping to vanilla ice cream, caramel cakes or fresh fruit pies.
* Lightly sweetened Sea berry jello will help any ailing child feel better. It also makes sumptuous fruit leather!
* Mix Sea buckthorn juice with fresh pineapple, mango, gin and ice cubes in a blender. Pour into a cocktail glass with some club soda for a nutritious and low-calorie party drink.
Sea buckthorn-white chocolate tar