This product is OUT OF STOCK!
Sweet and not so tart. A prize fruit.
Believed to be a cross between an orange and a lemon, the Meyer lemon is particularly sweet compared with its tart cousin (the variety most commonly found in supermarkets). The Meyer Lemon can be used in its entirety: The peel and pulp can be cooked or added raw to a salad
The Meyer lemon tree was brought to the U.S. from China in 1908 by Frank Meyer, an employee of the U.S. Agriculture Department. It was used primarily as an ornamental tree until the early 1980s, when a few California chefs, like Lindsey Shere, the former pastry chef at Chez Panisse, became interested in them.
Our fragrance version might give that same lemony lift!
| ||Meyer Lemon