Passion fruit

Tropical fruits
Passion fruit (Tropical fruits)

Passion fruit: eternal love

Its name today evokes a somewhat erotic notion, but its origin is rather more chaste, referring to the Passion of Christ. Its scientific nomenclature, passiflora, is an allusion to the vine that bears its fruits. Baptised Passion Fruit by missionaries in Brazil at the beginning of the 18th Century, it was used as a metaphorical tool to teach the Calvary: its corolla as the crown of thorns, its pistils as the nails of the cross, its branches as the instruments of flagellation, its five petals and five sepals as the 10 apostles, etc. This fruit, with its intense aromas, cultivated in Latin America, Africa and the Asia-Pacific region, is used both in savory dishes and in desserts and pastry, as well as in a great variety of drinks.

Discover this Les vergers Boiron’s flavor in all its frozen forms. They will meet all your needs and inspirations.

These Les vergers Boiron products are designed for an instant use and offer the best in flavor and quality with the highest fruit content on the market. Ambient purées have no preservatives, no added flavorings and no artificial colors.
They are highly stable with a shelf life of 12 months before opening and eight days in the fridge once opened.

Recipes with passion fruit flavor

Chefs from all over the world share with you a selection of recipes made with this flavor to inspire your pastry, ice cream making, cooking and cocktails. 

Confectionery Gael Etrillard

KALAMANSI MARSHMALLOW

by Gael Etrillard
Dessert plate Martín Lippo

Passion fruit sabayon

by Martín Lippo
Desserts and tarts Jean-Thomas Schneider

P'TIT LOUIS ENTREMETS

by Jean-Thomas Schneider

Flavour combinations

Some suggestions to combine flavors and enhance their qualities in terms of taste, texture and color.