Asian Pear Assortment Box

Can’t decide which variety to try? The Assortment box contains a selection of 3 varieties in each box—perfect for a starter pack and as an exquisite and elegant year-end gift.

About Asian Pears – These fruits generally have a high water content and a crisp, grainy texture, very different from European varieties like Bartlett, Comice, Bosc or Anjou. They are commonly served raw and peeled, and tend to be quite large and fragrant.

EliSan Pears – have hints of kiwi and Granny Smith apple. Named after the farm owner’s grandfather, it bursts with juiciness, and has a crisp and firm texture. Keeping the skin on will not alter the flavor with this variety with a vibrant bronze color with a splash of green across the top and a rippled skin texture.

New Pears are crisp, light refreshingly juicy with lush citrus flavors. Skin on, it’s like a summery white sangria or sip from a glass of pinot gris. Peeled, you’ll get a zing of lemon and grapefruit laced with mellow golden raisin. Its skin has a bold banana yellow color, with a luminous lemon sorbet base color and dimpled with dark tan speckles.

JunoSan Pears are crisp, with complex flavors ranging from Bartlett pears and Honeycrisp apples to Mandarin oranges, especially when tasted without the skin. The taste also spans two polar opposite flavor profiles: honey nut and top-shelf tequila, combining to make one exquisite pear to bite into. Dotted with yellow lenticels (freckles) on the crisp skin, which is the color of crème brulée or a caramel apple with crushed peanuts on top. It’s typically very squat shape.

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Can’t decide which variety to try? The Assortment box contains a selection of 3 varieties in each box—perfect for a starter pack and as an exquisite and elegant year-end gift.

About Asian Pears – These fruits generally have a high water content and a crisp, grainy texture, very different from European varieties like Bartlett, Comice, Bosc or Anjou. They are commonly served raw and peeled, and tend to be quite large and fragrant.

EliSan Pears – have hints of kiwi and Granny Smith apple. Named after the farm owner’s grandfather, it bursts with juiciness, and has a crisp and firm texture. Keeping the skin on will not alter the flavor with this variety with a vibrant bronze color with a splash of green across the top and a rippled skin texture.

New Pears are crisp, light refreshingly juicy with lush citrus flavors. Skin on, it’s like a summery white sangria or sip from a glass of pinot gris. Peeled, you’ll get a zing of lemon and grapefruit laced with mellow golden raisin. Its skin has a bold banana yellow color, with a luminous lemon sorbet base color and dimpled with dark tan speckles.

JunoSan Pears are crisp, with complex flavors ranging from Bartlett pears and Honeycrisp apples to Mandarin oranges, especially when tasted without the skin. The taste also spans two polar opposite flavor profiles: honey nut and top-shelf tequila, combining to make one exquisite pear to bite into. Dotted with yellow lenticels (freckles) on the crisp skin, which is the color of crème brulée or a caramel apple with crushed peanuts on top. It’s typically very squat shape.

More Details

  • Each 10 lb. Assortment Box includes 9 pears, 3 of each variety: EliSan, New Pear, and JunoSan pears.
  • Get them while they last! These pears have a very short growing season from mid-fall until December.

Use And Care

  • Due to their firm structure, pears can be kept in the refrigerator for 1-2 months

Ingredients

  • Fresh Subarashii Kudamono Asian Pears grown in Lehigh Valley, PA

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