Romance? Enjoyment! Blueberry jam with lavender - the deep Swedish forests meet sunny Provence. With weight and flair, this dark flavor explosion invites you on a taste journey lined with floral notes. This prestigious product can both brighten up a cloudy day and it can add a golden edge to the visit of good friends.
As I pulled out my blueberry jam, I remembered a scent I've always loved: lavender. Imagine if that scent, transformed into taste, could lift the blueberry flavor as well... All said and done, I made sure that sunny Provence met the deep Swedish forests and the result was one of my absolute favorite jams!
This is truly a unique flavor that I can highly recommend. For me, it awakens my most floral and romantic sides and I enjoy it with scones, croissants or crostini with a fresh Ricotta, ice cream, Mozzarella, Manchego, aged Cheddar, Stilton or Parmesan.
It is of course best to enjoy it together with someone you like. Lavender also has a calming effect, which can be an advantage in passionate meetings...
Perfect for scones, croissants or crostini with fresh Ricotta, ice cream, Mozzarella, Manchego, aged Cheddar, Stilton, Parmesan
Blueberries are amazingly tasty and one of the most common plants in Sweden. Blueberry rice covers approximately 17 percent of Sweden's surface. It thrives best in spruce forests. Many of the forest's inhabitants go there in the summer to eat the delicious berry - among others bears, foxes, badgers, grouse and grouse. Deer and moose prefer the rice itself. Blueberries (Vazzinium myrtillus) grow wild in most of Europe, but not in the Mediterranean area. It should not be confused with American blueberry (Vaccinium corymbosum and V. angustifolium), which are other species in the genus. In English, the European blueberry is called bilberry. Botanically, blueberry is a dwarf tree with a main trunk and branches that form a crown of leaves. The branches are angular and the leaves are ovate and serrated. The blueberry is related to plants such as rhododendron and azalea.
Blueberry flavor in processed foods often does not contain blueberries, but the flavor is produced with a combination of sugar, corn syrup, starch, oil and artificial flavors and colors. Doesn't sound that cool. The real thing always tastes best.
Blueberry rice is about 30 cm high, exceptionally up to 70 cm. Blueberries are normally coated with a thin layer of wax, which protects the berry from moisture and dehydration and gives them a dull, pale blue color. Fully ripe blueberries have a juicy pulp, which, despite the plant's name, is dark burgundy. The taste is sweet with insignificant acidity.
Blueberries contain antioxidants, including 8 mg of ascorbic acid per 100 g (recommended daily requirement 75 – 100 mg). The nutritional content of the berries is low, and as survival food it is mainly the liquid content that is of value.
Blueberries are so good! Blueberries are not only beautiful and tasty, they are also healthy. Full of vitamins and good for the stomach. And think how much you can do with them! Pies, muffins, cheesecake, pancakes, sponge cake, smoothies...
Ingredients : Blueberries, raw cane sugar, lemon, pectin, lavender
Fruit amount 68 g per 100g
Nutrition declaration 100g: Energy 697 kJ/166 kcal; Fat 0.2 g (saturated fat 0 g); Carbohydrates 42 g (sugars 39 g); Protein 0.5 g; Salt 0.01 g