Nogami "Iriomotejima Peach Pineapple Jam

High-grade "fresh" bread specialty store "Nogami" will sell Iriomotejima Peach Pineapple Jam in limited quantities. The release date is August 5. The price is 1,080 yen per bottle (tax included).

Iriomotejima Peach Pineapple Jam

Nogami's "Iriomotejima Peach Pineapple Jam" uses peach pineapples carefully cultivated for about two years on Iriomotejima Island, a World Natural Heritage site. In order to take full advantage of the fruit's flavor and soft texture, the peach pineapple is cut into squares to create a jam that can be enjoyed in season. The peach pineapple's beautiful pale color and luxurious pulpy texture can be enjoyed on the tongue.

The jam is made from 100% Iriomote Island peach pineapples, which are rare and rare, and has an elegant flavor that is perfect for Nogami's "fresh" bread. Try the combination of the fluffy texture and fine texture of Nogami's "fresh" bread and the carefully selected jam.

Peach Pineapple

The peach pineapple is a variety native to Okinawa and is known as an extremely rare fruit, as less than 10% of the peach pineapple is harvested in Japan. The rarity is further demonstrated by the fact that most of the pineapples distributed in Japan are from foreign countries, and only 3% of the pineapples are domestically grown. The harvest season is very short, lasting only two months, and compared to the Hawaiian variety of pineapple, the most widely distributed in Japan, the sugar content is higher and the acidity is moderate.