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Jamun Pulp


Taste Profile

It has a sweet, sour taste.

Usage Tips

  1. Jamun Pulp can be used to prepare jamun flavoured juices, nectars, icecreams and smoothies.


Jamun is a fruit of evergreen tropical tree in the flowering plant family Myrtaceae. It turns from pink to crimson red, and then finally to black as it matures, with a shiny skin. Jamun Pulp is extracted from peeled, deseeded jamun. The purple flesh of jamun is blended to a thick pulp, in a mixer or food processor. It can be used to flavour drinks and desserts.

Selection Guide

Look for uniformly ripe jamun to extract pulp. When buying in packaged form, check for their "use-by" date on the packaging.

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