Firm and crip
Low in fat
Delicious in salads
12 in stock
Fruit of the caper bush, caperberries are larger in size and milder in flavour than capers. These small caperberries look great on antipasti platters, tossed through salads or used as a garnish.
Caperberries are the fruit that forms on the caper bush after its flowering and fertilisation. On a long stem, they’re picked with the stem intact to make them an ideal finger-food.
Try Gavarnie Australian Caperberries as an interesting alternative to olives and pickles, in a pasta or salad. They’re also quite good for you too: Ayurvedic medical texts (traditional Indian medicine) suggest that they help relieve rheumatism and inflammation.