We stumbled across the beautiful East Forest Kenari Nuts on our search for the Pili Nut. Once we tried these delicate morsels, we were hooked and knew Kiwi's would be too.
Kenari Nuts (Canarium Amboinense Hoch) are a native of Eastern Indonesia. They’re harvested from wild Kenari trees which abundantly grow in the fertile soil of remote active volcanic islands across the Spice Islands region of Indonesia.
Kenari Nuts are well known for being high in Vitamin E, a source of Magnesium, Manganese, Phosphorus, as well as containing essential amino acids. They’re activated to break down the phytic acid, allowing the body to access their nutrients more readily.
Rich in flavour and with a creamy buttery texture, these delicacies are truly the caviar of nuts!