Plum is one of the more unique style of fruits in the world today due to its mix up of fleshy and juicy fruit inside a flimsy dark purple skin. The plum is one of the stone style fruits with a very soft, almost deep orange fleshy insides that are sweet ad packed full of flavour. Originating in Iran, Plums are meant to have been one of the first fruits domesticated by humans and it can be carbon dated back thousands of years. The fresh version of the prune, Plums have plenty of use beyond their simple fruit style snack. Plums have been used for baking in pies and tarts, jams, alcohol and sauces in Asian culture. A fresh plum will be packed full of sweetness and a less than ripe one will bring a tart undertone to its flavour. Now cultivated around the world, Plums are one of the more optional fruits we find on the market today.
Plum fishing flavours are strong and juicy with a rather distinct taste that sets them apart from similar fruits in their family tree. With an overwhelming juicy style flavour that has strong sweet notes and a more wooded style deep tones, it may also have a slight tart undertone. Plum aroma is strong and almost overly sweet with plenty of little notes that make it quite different from other fruit flavours. Plum flavoured fishing concentrates make a great option for making fishing bait such as boilies, pop ups, groundbait additive and as part of a spod mix. If you are looking for a juicy and sweet fruit flavour for your bait that carries notes or aroma that are not found elsewhere then plum would be a great pick up for your next fishing trip.