Fresh Cherries from ChefShop.com

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The Stennes Family Farm grows some of the finest fruits. We visit the secret orchard of the giant Rainier Cherry and a quick visit to the hand line sorting facility that your cherries come from.


*** KUDOS for Our Cherries! ***

"I just wanted to compliment you on the last order of cherries I received from you. They were the best cherries I've ever eaten. They were huge, meaty, and sweet. I didn't spot a single--not one--blemish in the whole batch. Thank you...I'll be a repeat customer for sure!"  --Maura

"The best cherries ever, delivered to your door."     --Bon Appetit Magazine

 "Our food editors are wild for the Bing cherries grown  ... in Washington State. Shipped right after being picked, each red globe is firm, juicy, and bursting with sweet flavor."   --Gourmet Magazine

"When I tasted the Bing cherries from ... [ChefShop.com], I thought I had died and gone to Heaven."  --Marian Burros, The New York Times

***EARLY ROBINS, RAINIERS, BINGS, LAPINS or SWEETHEARTS ... OH MY!***

With so many varieties of fresh cherries for sale, how to choose? Well, you can always order the full Quintet of Fresh Cherries: one box of each variety delivered over the course of the Washington cherry season! But if that's too many cherries for you, here's our super-speedy run-down of the varieties:

* Early Robin Cherries: An early-season Rainier-like, light-skinned, sweet cherry. Very low acid - so, "sweet" is best description. Perfect for people who are sensitive to acid - like my mother-in-law, who LOVES these - she's 95. (SHIPPING: DONE FOR 2018)

* Bing Cherries: Famous Bings are delicious, dark-red sweet cherries, firm and juicy. (SHIPPING: DONE FOR 2018)

* Rainier Cherries: These quintessential Washington cherries are rare outside of the state. Rainiers have a pale, yellow-ish pink-ish skin, with a very sweet flavor. Also low acid, although not as low acid as the Early Robins. (SHIPPING: DONE FOR 2018)
 
* Lapin Cherries: Harder to come by outside our region, Lapins are big, firm, almost crunchy to the bite, and lusciously juicy. Big and meaty is how I would describe them. (SHIPPING: DONE FOR 2018)

* Sweetheart Cherries: The last to ripen, Sweethearts have a hint more tang to their sweetness, and they're not as enormous as the Lapins. If you like that tart, cherry flavor, these are the cherries for you. Of the 5 sweet cherries, these are the best for baking and preserving. (SHIPPING: July 23rd, 2018)

Shipping LOCALLY or within the Pacific Northwest?

Call us (206.286.9988) if you're shipping within WA state or to northern OR for special pricing - or if you want to pick your cherries up in the store. We have special pricing for you due to lower shipping costs.  (Or just place an order online, and we will automatically change your pricing to the local pricing.)

For more information about shipping, pricing or gift orders, or if you have any questions about our fresh cherries for sale, CLICK HERE

**Quintet, Seasons and 8 & 10-pound boxes not eligible for any discounts.