The ancient relative of the modern lemon, Buddha’s Hand Citron has a lower acidity that allows complex flavors and aromas to come through.
Notes of jasmine, basil and apricot.
The Buddhaís Hand isnít just a funny-looking lemon. Itís actually the lemonís great grandfather. And maybe like all great lineage, its flavors and aromas run so much deeper - from jasmine to basil; apricot to fruitcake. Its acid bite is milder than a standard lemon, allowing these secondary flavors to take center stage, and dance a ballet on your palate.