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Perfect, dark, ripe, sweet cherries
These cherries were very large and dark, with ripe, sweet flesh, and just a bit of crispness and bite -- definitely not the soggy sacks we find in the supermarket! We enjoyed three varieties from ChefShop in 2020, and these were my husband's favorite. They were fabulous. I hope we'll be reminded to order again in 2021!
by Naomi
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DONE FOR 2020

3 pounds of Fresh Sweetheart Cherries (sweet, dark cherries)

 

* PRICE INCLUDES EXPEDITED SHIPPING* (On cherry-only orders, we will remove any separate shipping charges if they appear on the final order.)

PLEASE NOTE - THESE SWEET, DARK CHERRIES WILL BE SHIPPED WITHIN 24 TO 48 HOURS OF BEING PICKED. CURRENTLY SCHEDULED TO SHIP EARLY TO MID JULY. THIS IS A SEASONAL ITEM AVAILABLE TO ORDER right now!! ORDER DEADLINE: July 5th

Our cherry season ends in mid to late June (these days) with these delicious Sweetheart Cherries - the last batch of cherries of the season. Your last chance to get some, before they are all gone for the year! Don;t miss them! 

about Sweetheart Cherries:
A brilliant red, Sweethearts are a fairly new sweet cherry developed in British Columbia. A large, bright red fruit that matures five to seven days after Lapins, the Sweethearts have great flavor with a nice hint of tart on the finish to balance the sweetness. Their unique taste is a spectacular finale for the summer cherry season. The slight tartness makes them the best of the bunch for baking, as they lend that slight "sour" cherry flavor to pies, breads and may favorite recipe: cherry clafouti


NOTE ABOUT THE IMAGE WE USE FOR THE SWEETHEART CHERRIES:

The image is of the sweetheart cherry variety when they are STILL ON THE TREE. So, by definition, they are "unripe" sweethearts.  The final fruit will be darker (good), bigger (good), sweeter (good), and all around more delicious that an unripe fruit you see in the image - and that often ends up in the grocery stores.  All of that adds up to a great thing. And, BTW, if the final cherry looks a lot like the "bings" you find in your local grocery store, chances are what you are buying in the grocery store are actually Sweethearts. Because by the time sweethearts are harvested, the Bing season has long passed.

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