Deliciously sweet, our caperberries are a superb complement to charcuterie and cheese platters. Serve them as an hors d'oeuvre instead of olives and pickles, or chop them finely into beef or salmon tartare. They will add a hint of sweetness to your smoked salmon bagels.
The De Laurentiis family owns an artisanal business in the Abruzzo mountain region. For two generations, it has been drawing on traditional ingredients and know-how to offer products with an authentically Italian taste. The family grows organic tomatoes, saffron and other seasonings on its own plots of land, and turns them into sauces and condiments thanks to a veritable regiment of cooks who busily tend the ovens.
Roccascalegna, Abruzzo, Italy.
History and anecdotes
Capers are the buds of the caper shrub, while the larger caperberries are its fruit. Both are served marinated and are very popular in Mediterranean cuisine.
Caperberries 60%, prosecco wine, white wine vinegar, sugar, sea salt, citric acid.