UseThe name juniper comes from the Celtic word juneprus, which means 'sour'. In fact, juniper berries have a sour taste, which is why they are a good complement to strong foods such as game and sauerkraut. Juniper berries are also very popular for seasoning potatoes or baked fish, and can be used either whole or crushed in a mortar.
Organic juniper berries.
It may contain traces of: soy, sesame and celery.
Did you know...
According to a medieval legend, juniper was the plant that gave shelter to the Holy Family when they fled to Egypt. According to popular tradition, juniper has always been thought to ward off witches and evil spirits, so its branches were hung on stable doors to keep cattle healthy and were placed on the roofs of newly built houses.