A smooth recipe with a deliciously tangy taste that is characteristic to the rosehip bramble. These wild rose seeds are also called “Gratte-Cul” a funny name referring to the itchy hairs that are found on the fruit. These wild roses are commonly found at the bend of a wooded path in the hedgerows, but the berries are not edible right off the bush, and need to simmer for hours...
Added Bonus: Rosehip berries are as rich in vitamin C as royal jelly!
Made of 60% rosehip and 40% sugar cane! A délice (delight) for your tastebuds.