Oregon Fruit Apricot Puree

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Sunshine at its core, with vibrant orange-yellow color and smooth texture. Sweet, tangy aromas yield to hints of tropical and mango notes. On the palate, the Oregon Fruit Apricot Puree offers sunny sweetness and lingering ripe apricot flavors. This puree is the perfect choice to bring brightness to beverages. The real fruit color, aroma, and flavor adds complexity to beer, cider, mead, wine, kombucha, seltzer, smoothies, and spirits. The product contains no preservatives and no additives.

100% Fruit Puree can be added directly to the primary or secondary fermentor - do not boil.

Features:

  • 100% fruit - seeds and pits removed
  • Aseptic packaging for shelf stability
  • No waste, no preparation, ready when needed
  • Contains 3 lbs, 1 oz of puree
  • Specific Gravity: 1.038-1.051
  • Brix: 9.5°-12.5°
  • pH: 3.0-3.7

Additional information

SKU

43487

Original Gravity

1.038-1.051

How do I calculate how much fruit puree to add if I have been using whole fruit?

The seeds make up 12% of the whole berry by weight and pits make up 20% of the fruit weight. In general, we recommend using 10-15% less puree if your recipe calls for whole fruit.

 

Oregon Fruit Puree provides quality, variety, and convenience. Expect predictable results with each batch. Tested to meet safety standards and packaged aseptically.

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Brewdog333
Apricot puree

I used this puree in a Sour Ale. I poured the can in after the krausen fell, and left it in for 10 days before bottling. The flavor was awesome. Cheers, Brewdog333

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APRICOT WENT WELL IN THE BLONDE ALE RECIPE.

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Apricot puree

I used this puree in a Sour Ale. I poured the can in after the krausen fell, and left it in for 10 days before bottling. The flavor was awesome. Cheers, Brewdog333

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friar
Friar

APRICOT WENT WELL IN THE BLONDE ALE RECIPE.