In the heart of the Coastal Polder, where the sun and a gentle sea breeze meet, delightful, sweet treats grow and ripen. With love and dedication, an abundance of fruit is cultivated, and the thick, dark cherries transform the summer sun rays into sweet, juicy fruits.
The cherries that may not have the perfect exterior are not wasted. On the contrary, they are given a second life as delicious jam, crafted in open, copper pots. Alternatively, they are pressed into refreshing juice or brewed into a uniquely fresh-sweet cherry beer.
From the early days of August, various types of sweet plums are carefully picked, ripening on the tree. These juicy, crisply fresh summer apples accompany the whole, adding an extra dimension to the diverse fruit harvest.
By mid-August, it is time for the sweet mirabelles and Reine Claude plums to reach their perfect ripeness. Until early September, they are available for enthusiasts of these delicate flavors. Only around mid-November do the last autumn apples close the fresh fruit basket, gracefully concluding the season.
The dedication to growing and harvesting the finest fruits in the Coastal Polder translates into a flavorful experience for anyone who loves fresh and artisanal fruit. Discover the richness of the harvest and savor the unique flavors that result from the beautiful encounter between nature, sun, and sea breeze in the enchanting Coastal Polder.