WINTER SEASON MARMALADES
Blood Orange Marmalade Blood orange juice is a feast for the senses. The color is a rich regal red and high in natural pectin, making it thick. The flavor is not overly sweet but fresh with a finish of raspberry. We taste tested this one with honey Greek yogurt. Outstanding.
Kumquat Vanilla Marmalade Kumquats are eaten for their skin. This marmalade is mild and sweet with the smooth warmth of vanilla added to increase the rich flavor of this preserve. A beautiful amber color catches the light and reveals orange flecks of rind and small vanilla seeds floating throughout. Delicious over ice cream or yogurt. Eating directly out of the jar is good too.
Meyer Lemon Mandarin Lavender Marmalade Meyer lemons are standouts in the citrus family. The vibrant orange yellow skin is a result of crossing an orange with a lemon. This brilliant offspring has a lively almost sweet flavor. Mandarins add to the beautiful color and complexity of taste. Provence lavender adds a floral note like a walk in the garden.
Orange Whiskey Marmalade This marmalade is a classic of Scotland. Sweet Washington Navels with a touch of lemon mingle with Glenlivet Scotch Whiskey. The result has a deep lingering flavor that is delicious with baked ham and ham sandwiches or spread on warm crepes with butter.
PRESERVES THROUGH THE SEASONS
Blueberry Jam Pomegranate Jelly
Blueberry Agave Jam Orange Chili Dipping Sauce
Blueberry Syrup Valencia Orange Marmalade
Blackberry Jam Summer in a Jar Peach
Blood Orange Syrup Nectarine Jam
Blushing Star White Peach Jam Black Mission Fig Jam
Bellini Jam Fig and Grand Marnier Jam
Elephant Heart Plum Plum and Port Wine Jam
Earl Grey White Nectarine Jam Rose Geranium Apricot Jam
Strawberry Lavender Honey Jam Simply Strawberry Jam
Strawberry Balsamic Syrup Beaver Dam Pepper Jelly
(This is NOT a complete or comprehensive list, merely an idea of what we have crafted in the past. Each year we discover new combinations of fruit, herbs and/or spirits to create unique preserves.)
Find our preserves and caramels at our current farmers market venues and Washington Produce Company, Redlands