For those who love the taste of raspberry and cardamom, this beautifully balanced jam will be a must. The subtlety is well established with just enough spice to make it interesting without being too overpowering or overly cloying.
Looking for a delicious way to spice up your afternoon tea? Raspberry jam is always a winner, especially for "afternoon tea" (now I think your mouth is getting moist?!). Raspberry and cardamom, a fantastic combination - once you try it, you will be completely sold. Cardamom "the queen of spices", you get a subtly well-balanced marmalade with cardamom that lifts the raspberry flavor and gives an extra dimension to this classic. This unique jam is full of flavor and goes perfectly with Cheddar, Parmesan, Danbo, cream cheese, ice cream and pancakes. So give it a try today - you won't be disappointed!
Perfect for Cheddar, Parmesan, Danbo, blue cheese, ice cream, pancakes
Raspberries are a popular berry with a rich color and sweet juicy taste. They are a good source of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Raspberries can vary in color from the popular red and black varieties to purple, yellow or golden. Each berry color has a unique composition of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. In a small space, raspberries can produce a phenomenal amount of delightful berries - and they bear fruit year after year with proper care. Raspberries can be harvested all the time from midsummer to the first frost.
"The raspberry is the edible fruit of a variety of plant species in the genus Rubus of the rose family, most of which are in the subgenus Idaeobatus. The name also applies to these plants themselves. Raspberries are perennials with woody stems. The world production of raspberries in 2018 was 870,209 tonnes, led of Russia with 19% of the world's total." (Wikipedia)
"Cardamom has been called the queen of spices and is used in Arabic and Asian cooking and is an important ingredient in many spice mixes, for example garam masala, curry and berbere. The spice is also often used to flavor coffee and tea and is used in desserts and pastries.
Scandinavia and the countries in the Middle East are major consumers and together account for approximately half of the world's consumption of cardamom. Cardamom is cultivated, except in the areas where it grows wild, in Southeast Asia and in Guatemala, which is the largest exporter of cardamom.” (Wikipedia)
Ingredients: Raspberries*(64%), raw cane sugar*(32%), lemon*, pectin, cardamom seeds* (*Organic ingredients)
Nutrition declaration 100g : Energy 629 kJ/149 kcal; Fat 0.2 g (saturated fat 0.1 g); Carbohydrates 37 g (sugars 36 g); Protein 1 g; Salt 0.01 g