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Roland Lychees, Whole in Heavy Syrup, 20 Ounce (Pack of 24)
- Lychees are sweet, delicately flavored fruits that have a crisp and sweet scent
- They have a pale white, juicy flesh that has the texture of a firm jelly
- Taste is deliciously sweet and unique
- Lychees are ready to eat and retain a substantial amount of texture and flavor for a long period of time
- Kosher with zero grams of trans fat
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Top Customer Reviews
I buy on-line because my local store only keeps about 12 cans at a time and then there is a two week or so lag between the next shipment.
When you eat these, you can tell that they are 100% safe to eat. The product from this seller is still well within the expiration date so no problem there.
However if you buy these lychees from this seller after getting them from a local store, you may be disappointed as these are just not as fresh.
In any event, we like them but a case lasts us a year, maybe more.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I am disappointed with the quality of these lychees. They still have bits of inner skin on them, and they are not as sweet as brands I have purchased.Published 18 months ago by MajoboJRod
this is a far superior brand to the other ones I have purchased. It has less inedible debris from the seeds that the other brands have.Published 20 months ago by Bernadette Myers
Always good quality, and the syrup isn't too sweet, just natural!!
you can't beat consistency. Really good as dessert or in Lychee Martinis!!
Loved that the expiration date was far in the future, but I had a better brand of Lychee in the past.Published on June 16, 2013 by Darlene Y.