Citrus Buddha's hand
Hand of Buddha
Authentic spring of taste and smell
The citrus fruit of antiquity that is in fashion.
As if they were long fingers in hands intertwined as if in prayer, the Buddha's hand owes its name precisely to the shape of this peculiar citrus fruit that is characterized by having neither pulp nor juice. The most important thing is its skin, edible and sweet, and with an aromatic power that makes it unique in the kitchen for dishes such as stews, salads, jams and cocktails.
Buddha's hand is digestive, expectorant and tonic. Its aromatic organic compounds help reduce swelling and pain, and thanks to its vitamin C content, it acts as an antioxidant.
Buddha Hand Formats
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