Constantly searching for the best varieties and terroirs for its fruits, Jean Arthaud selected an old variety of raspberries for its Crème de Framboise de Bourgogne, the Lloyd George.
It produces middle-sized red raspberries, very sweet, aromatic and fruity. Harvested from June to mid-July, it is an early and productive variety. It also happens to fruit again in the Fall.
Fruit of a wild bush growing in mountainous undergrowth, raspberries have been cultivated for centuries. It is a compound fruit composed of many small fruits, with red, dark purple, white or yellow skin. It is sweet and aromatic, used in many pastry creations, pies, and charlottes.