Citrus Compote

Black currants, widely grown in Europe but not common in the United States, give creme de cassis its deep black-red color and fruity flavor. This liqueur is added to white wine to create the cherry-colored kir cocktail and is excellent combined with fresh fruit. Try it on sliced peaches, plums and other stone fruits in summer, as well as in this winter citrus compote. Cassis syrup, similar in color and taste but nonalcoholic, is also available though is a bit harder to find. Look for it in specialty-food shops.
Average Customer Rating:
5 out of 5
5
 out of 
5
(1 Review) 1
1 of 1(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Citrus Compote
Review 1 for Citrus Compote
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
socalfoodie
San Diego, CA
May 2, 2010
Would You Recommend? Yes
0points
Thank you! You have successfully submitted a comment for this review.
Perfect cold remedy
May 2, 2010
I made this as a side with brunch. I mixed oranges and tangerines. On a side note these are the same ingredients for a medicinal Chinese tea recipe to ward off a cold -minus the pomogrante and liquor.