Marmalade made with 100% Seville oranges that give a huge amount of flavour intensity. Bitter, chunky pieces in a soft sweet/sour amber jelly. Spread onto warm wholemeal toast alongside a good cup of tea and you have the simplest, homeliest breakfast ever.
- Made by hand in Bermondsey, London
- Locally sourced ingredients
- See our full delicious edible collection
- 250g Glass Jar with metal lid
- Unfortunately, we do not ship preserves to the USA
- For ingredients see 'About' tab
Sky and Kai of England Preserves fill their delicious jars with locally sourced fruits and vegetables, gently cooked in their kitchens in the traditional way, making nostalgic flavours into exciting jewel-coloured preserves.
Ingredients: Sugar, Seville Oranges, gelling agent fruit pectin. Refrigerate after opening.
We discovered the joy of England Preserves when we bought a jar of their amazing Pear Date & Ale Chutney. Sky and Kai began their preserve making mission in 2001 and since then built a reputation for jam excellence, now they have a devoted following up and down the country, including us!
Their jams are made by hand in Bermondsey, where they have lovingly crafted the perfect collection of jewel-bright jars - for everything from toast and scones to cheeseboards and curries. All the preserves are made by cooking locally-sourced fruit gently by hand to retain flavour and colour for brighter, bolder jams and chutneys.
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