The quintessential Autumn Jelly of perfumed English quinces, naturally set with unrefined sugar.
Rosebud jellies are bright, translucent and jewel-like. Made in the traditional manner from fresh ingredients gathered from the wild.
Naturally set with unrefined cane sugar, a little lemon juice and fresh fruit alone. Perfect sweet and savoury accompaniment and a wonderful addition to roast duck, goose and game or as part of a cheese board.
Quince 79%, unrefined sugar, fresh lemon juice. Prepared with 79g of fruit per 100g. Total sugar content 61g per 100g.
Refrigerate after opening. See base for ‘Best Before End’.
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About the producer
The story of Rosebud preserves starts in Swaledale (the ancestral home of our native breed Swaledale sheep), a few miles west of Richmond in one of Yorkshire’s most beautiful Dales. It is famous for dry stone walls, old field barns and wild flower meadows and for its river which tumbles over rocks between green meadows and fell side fields along the narrow limestone valley.
Growing up in this idyllic location Elspeth’s mother taught her to appreciate the value of all these wild and home grown ingredients. By preparing preserves together they were able to enjoy seasonal treats throughout the year.
Taking care to use fresh, flavoursome ingredients, by gathering or buying in season, is an important part of the Rosebud philosophy.
Gathering from the wild holds a particular place in Elspeth’s affection and allows Rosebud Preserves to continue to make English products with a long tradition, which might otherwise be forgotten or overlooked.
Elsepeth picks wild elderflowers, perfumed gooseberries and scarlet rowanberries, to name just a few of her foraged favourites, and turns them into delicious preserves who’s flavour-filled simplicity has stood the test of time.
Rosebud Preserves are eager to help the glorious British traditions of fruit growing and preserve making to survive by continuing to search for ancient and rare fruit varieties, in their quest for improved flavour, and by practicing time honoured techniques in order to create many of our favourite recipes.