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Vintner's Harvest Blood Orange Puree


SKU# 6270

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Sterile Blood Orange puree can be added directly to the primary or secondary fermenter.

Blood Orange has a distinct, sweet flavor with a hint of raspberry. The blood orange pulp adds a nice texture that compliments the bright flavors. The product contains no preservatives and no additives

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Vintner's Harvest Blood Orange Fruit Puree

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One can per five gallons will give you a slight blood orange flavor, and adding two cans per five gallons will give you a more pronounced flavor. This works great with beer, wine or mead, and there is no need to boil before adding.

The purees contain no seeds and have been commercially sterilized. Because the seeds have been removed, purees are slightly more concentrated than whole fruit.
Contains 3 lbs, 1 oz of puree.
General Info:
  • One can = One gallon of fruit wine
  • Do not boil, as it can produce off flavors
  • Contains no seeds - Add 10%-15% less than normal fruit
  • Contains no preservatives and no additives
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Great - paired with Pale ale
I paired the blood orange extract with the The Luckiest Man Pale Ale Extract Kit -- and it turned out terrific!
August 29, 2017
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August 20, 2017
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Could you use this or a portion of it to make soad by adding sugar and water?
A shopper on Jul 31, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Thanks for contacting Northern Brewer. I understand you want to make a soad? I am sorry I am not sure what that is, do you mean soap? We are a home brew supplies company that deals specifically with making wine, beer, cider, and mead. Making soap is a little out of our scope of expertise, so I am not sure you could or not. Cheers!
When is the best time to add this purée for maximum taste? During the second ferment? Should I put it in a bag or directly pour it in without anything? Should I add anything else with the purée for sweetness ?
Patrick P on Jul 31, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I think the best time is to add it into secondary, and then give time for the yeast to ferment away the sugar contained in the puree, before bottling. If added to a boil kettle, the pectins in the fruit can make a beer hazy, so usually the secondary is the preferred spot to add a fruit puree.
I have a 5 gal. batch in secondary that was fermented and dry hopped with Bavarian Mandarina hops, but it just doesn't have enough orange taste. Could I dose the puree with sulfite and/or sorbate to prevent further fermentation and the resulting bottle-bombs?
A shopper on Jul 3, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I think I'd just wait three days after adding the puree,watching for activity, then bottle. You're going to want to let it settle a tad anyway after racking it onto the puree. My 2 cents.
How many of this would I have to add to a 5 gallon fermenter for beer?
Daniel P on Jun 9, 2017
BEST ANSWER: One can will be perfect.
Will it boost abv?
A shopper on May 28, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Anything that provides fermentable sugars will boost ABV, so yes indeed it will! And it will also give very nice citrus/orange flavors to a beverage.
What is the approximate PPG of a can of this? Trying to calculate how it will affect the Original Gravity of my recipe.
A shopper on Mar 4, 2018

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