BLOOD ORANGE

A rich red colour, an intense sweet flavour with finely shredded peel. Bursting with flavour to wake you up in the morning.

A rich red colour, an intense sweet flavour with finely shredded peel. Bursting with flavour to wake you up in the morning.

 

blood lime

Made from the tiny red limes which result from crossing a native Finger Lime with a Rangipur red lime, this is a tangy, delicious lip-smacking jam.

Made from the tiny red limes which result from crossing a native Finger Lime with a Rangipur red lime, this is a tangy, delicious lip-smacking jam.

TANGELLO

A glowing amber colour with finely shredded peel. Ideal for those who prefer a sweeter marmalade. Great on hot buttered toast. It can also be used as a ham glaze.

A glowing amber colour with finely shredded peel. Ideal for those who prefer a sweeter marmalade. Great on hot buttered toast. It can also be used as a ham glaze.

 

APPLE ORANGE

Two old favourites combine to make this subtle chunky jam which has more of a jam texture than the usual marmalade.

Two old favourites combine to make this subtle chunky jam which has more of a jam texture than the usual marmalade.

LIME

If you like your marmalade tangy and bursting with flavour, you can’t go past this old time favourite. Not for the faint-hearted!

If you like your marmalade tangy and bursting with flavour, you can’t go past this old time favourite. Not for the faint-hearted!

 

LEMONade

A traditional favourite for those who don’t like their marmalade too sweet.

A traditional favourite for those who don’t like their marmalade too sweet.

RUBY GRAPEFRUIT

Red tones and a distinctive taste which hovers somewhere between super-sweet and tangy. Try this on hot buttered toast or crusty sourdough bread.

Red tones and a distinctive taste which hovers somewhere between super-sweet and tangy. Try this on hot buttered toast or crusty sourdough bread.

 

MANDARIN

Retaining the amazing aroma and flavour you associate with mandarins – a sweet marmalade.

Retaining the amazing aroma and flavour you associate with mandarins – a sweet marmalade.