Three Fruit Marmalade

Flavor Profile

This complex marmalade is simultaneously sweet with a slightly bitter undertone, as it’s classically supposed to taste. We take pride in using only fresh harvested, fully ripe fruits. It has perfect bite-size pieces of fresh-tasting citrus in every jar. Grapefruits, once referred to as a forbidden fruit, grow in clusters much like grapes. We use sun-ripe, unsprayed oranges, from the very sunny, southern part of Florida. Tart Sunshine in a Jar! An elegant choice for breakfast, brunch, or tea time served with toast or scones.

Fat-Free, Saturated Fat-Free, Cholesterol-Free, and Sodium-Free

Pairs well with Valpolicella, Chianti, Rioja reserva, Verdicchio, an Albariño, Godello, Pinot Grigio, late-harvest Riesling, Asti, Sauvignon Blancs from Marlborough, Verdejos from Rueda, Clairette de Die, Late Harvest Orange Muscat, Flora, Champagne, Prosecco, Crémant, Sémillon, Syrah, Mourvèdre, Colombard, Orange Muscat, Champagne, Cava, Cointreau, Vidal Icewine, Moscato d’Asti, and Tempranillo

Suggestions for Uses

  • Channel Paddington Bear and make a marmalade sandwich

  • Serve with homemade brioche and croissants

  • Make marmalade tarts

  • Cook with meatballs

  • Glaze chicken wings

  • Use it as a glaze for pork tenderloin

  • Great served with pâté and rich, meaty dishes

  • Add a swipe of ricotta or labne to toast before adding marmalade

  • Delicious over panforte ice-cream

  • Spread on a buttered English muffin

  • Serve with Comté, a nice goat cheese, or another nutty mountain cheese, like Gruyère

  • Use it to fill sufganiyot

  • Add to your Earl Grey tea

  • Put a spoonful of marmalade into a cup of hot water, stir, and enjoy

  • So good for breakfast with yogurt

  • Great on poultry, fish, and desserts

  • Awesome topping for ice cream & lemon squares

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