The Primofiore lemon, a relatively new Spanish cultivar, is thought to have originated from a native lemon variety in the Vega del Río Segura region.
What sets this lemon apart from others is its robust flavour, attributed to the high acidity of its pulp, as well as its substantial juice content. The peel is characterized by a pale yellow hue, with a moderately thick yet relatively thin texture.
Primofiore Lemons are versatile and can be used in various culinary applications. Squeeze their juice over seafood, grilled vegetables, or use it to make a zesty salad dressing. Pair them with fresh herbs and olive oil for a simple yet flavourful marinade. For a sweet treat, try a lemon-infused desserts!
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