Mandarin & Orange

Mandarin & Orange

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Carefully selected mandarins from Sicily and juicy oranges are the heart of this incredibly fresh and indulgent sorbet. The Mövenpick Maîtres Glaciers have captured the aromatic aroma of mandarins and the vivid intensity of oranges into a sweet and tangy fruit-puree to create an outstandingly creamy sorbet. To this, real orange pieces enriched with orange zests have been added giving the composition a succulent contrast of textures and flavours. A fine demonstration of the Mövenpick Maîtres Glaciers’ unique savoir-faire.

Enjoy the pleasure of a recipe with no artificial additives or colours.

Mandarin

INFORMATION/HISTORY
Mandarines (also known as Tangerines) are related varieties of oranges distinguished by loose, easily peeled skin and sweet juicy flesh. Just as oranges, they belong to the citrus family and are scientifically known as Citrus reticulata. Native to China, mandarins are nowadays widely grown in many parts of the world especially in California or Sicily.

CULTURE
The mandarin got its name because it was exploited by high-ranking government officials in China (Mandarins).

SAVOIR-FAIRE
The juicy segments of mandarins add richness to fruit or even green salads. Their skin, grated in zest imparts, adds a delicious orange flavor to confectionary items such as biscuits, cakes, muffins, pastry cream, ice creams etc.

Orange

More about orange...

The most popular of all citrus fruits is divided into two categories: bitter oranges and sweet oranges. The wild-growing ancestors of the modern orange originated in southwest China or northwest India. The sour orange was the first to make it to the West.

Also: The German word for orange, Apfelsine, is a clue to the fruit’s origin: it means ‘Chinese apple’.

In the past oranges were only used for their aromatic peel.

Nutrition information: 100ml 100g
Energy: 387kJ (91 kcal) 637 kJ (150 kcal)
Protein: 0.2g 0.4g
Total carbohydrate: 21.8g 36.0g
Fat: 0.0g 0.1g
Fibre: 0.5g 0.8g

Allergen

Contains:
  • Milk and dairy products (Lactose)
  • May contain traces of tree nuts, for nuts a presence of traces can be found in the products due to cross-contamination

900 ml

This is our family-size pack in the take-away range. Spoil your beloved ones with a delicious Ice Cream dessert – they will be delighted!