Extra Jellies

Jellies are made from only the juice of the fruit strained though a muslin bag, therefore the yield is lower per batch than would be obtained with a jam. Jellies should be clear and not cloudy and may be flavoured with herbs or other spices. Many jellies can be served instead of a jam, for those who don’t like fruit pips for example, but many also make a lovely accompaniment to savoury dishes such as cheese or as a condiment to accompany a Sunday roast. We use granulated cane sugar in all of our jellies and do not add any artificial flavours, preservatives or sweeteners.

Our jellies have a best before date one year from the date of production and will be fine kept in a cupboard, larder or other cool, dark, dry place for many months; once opened they should be refrigerated and used within 3-4 weeks.

All our jellies are 227g.

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  • Bramble Extra Jelly

    Blackberries can be found growing wild throughout the UK and are more commonly known as brambles. Wild foraged blackberries have more pips than cultivars, but have a better flavour and we use a combination in our jellies. Blackberries have a low amount of pectin so the blackberry juice is combined with apple juice to achieve a good set – a perfect complement to the blackberry. This is a lovely fruity jelly that works well on crumpets, in jam tarts or with rice pudding.
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  • Crab apple and Sloe Extra Jelly

    Crab apples make the best flavoured jelly. This jelly combines crab apples with sloes, the fruit of the blackthorn, foraged from local hedgerows at the end of summer. This lovely red jelly makes a lovely accompaniment to game or pork, but is equally at home on a scone.
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  • Mint Extra Jelly

    This apple-based jelly is infused with mint during cooking and contains a suspension of finely chopped fresh garden mint. This is a lovely clear jelly that lacks the bright green colour of many shop-bought varieties as we do not add artificial colourings to our jellies. Traditionally used as a condiment to accompany roast lamb, this makes a lovely alternative to redcurrant jelly or mint sauce. This jelly is made using barley malt vinegar.
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  • Quince Extra Jelly

    Quinces make a delicious richly flavoured jelly that has a lovely dark orange/red colour. This versatile jelly works well with scones and cream or as a cake filling, but works equally well as an accompaniment to cheese, particularly brie and camembert.
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  • Redcurrant Extra Jelly

    Our award winning redcurrant jelly is made from hand-picked fruit from Hartley Wintney that produces a gorgeous dark ruby red clear jelly. This is traditionally used as a condiment to accompany roast lamb.
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  • Rosemary Extra Jelly

    This apple-based jelly is infused with rosemary during cooking and contains a suspension of finely chopped fresh rosemary. This is a lovely clear jelly that lacks the bright green colour of many shop-bought varieties as we do not add artificial colourings to our jellies. Traditionally used as a condiment to accompany roast lamb, this makes a lovely alternative to redcurrant jelly or mint sauce. This jelly is made using barley malt vinegar.
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  • Sage Extra Jelly

    This apple-based jelly is infused with sage during cooking and contains a suspension of finely chopped fresh sage. This is a lovely clear jelly that is used as a condiment to accompany roast chicken; this may also be used as a glaze during cooking. This jelly is made using barley malt vinegar.
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  • Thyme Extra Jelly

    This apple-based jelly is infused with thyme during cooking and contains a suspension of finely chopped fresh thyme. This is a lovely clear jelly that is used as a condiment to accompany roast chicken; this may also be used as a glaze during cooking. This jelly does not contain any vinegar, so is a gluten-free alternative to sage jelly.
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