Use it to decorate your cakes, chocolate mousses, cocktails and verrines.
Iyokan is also called anadomikan, and is similar to a mandarin. It is the second most produced citrus fruit in Japan after the satsuma.
In Ehime prefecture, a variety of Iyokan has been developed in the shape of a pentagon, which is given to students during their exams to bring them luck.
|Shelf life||5 years|
|Ingredient||Iyokan, sugar, reduced starch sirup, Vitamin C|