Introducing our delicious Black Currant Jam, a truly unique flavor guaranteed to impress! Experience an explosion of flavor with our Black Currant Jam! This unique flavoring combines the complexity of black currants, sweet raw cane sugar, tangy lemon and a hint of chilli to create a flavor explosion like no other. Perfect for cheese lovers, breakfast connoisseurs and anyone who loves snacks, this jam is sure to tempt your taste buds with its distinctive fruity and fresh taste. With just one spoon, you will quickly be captivated by its deliciousness.
Spread it on toast or rye bread and try it in yogurt or porridge for a lovely change from regular jam. The soulful flavors bring out the absolute best in grilled meats like meatballs and BBQ sauce - you won't be able to get enough! Be creative and add it to muffins, cakes, pastries or even ice cream - you will fall in love with this jam! It is also excellent with cheeses such as mozzarella, goat cheese, aged cheddar, fontina or parmesan - don't forget to try it when you can enjoy it the most!
Our Black Currant Jam is the perfect accompaniment to the cheese tray or charcuterie plate and is perfect to spice up any dish. Spread it on toasted rye bread for breakfast or lunch, top ice cream and pancakes with a dollop of this wonderful marmalade, use it as a topping on waffles and sweets or have it on meatballs and grilled meat for extra flavor. Our Black Currant Jam is not just meant to be spread on slices of bread - feel free to use it in muffins, cakes and pastries too! Whether you want to spice up your cheese platter or take your meals to the next level - our Black Currant Jam is here to make everything tastier!
Discover amazing flavors made only from natural ingredients - enjoy our blackcurrant jam today! Try some today and tempt your taste buds with its unique taste.
Perfect for Mozzarella, goat cheese, aged cheddar, Fontina, Parmesan
Black currant (Ribes nigrum), also known as blackcurrant or cassis, is a deciduous shrub grown for its edible berries. It is native to temperate parts of central and northern Europe and northern Asia, where it prefers moist fertile soils. It is widely grown both commercially and domestically.
It is winter hardy, but cold weather at flowering in the spring can reduce the size of the crop. Clusters of small, glossy black fruits develop along the stems in summer and can be harvested by hand or machine. Breeding is common in Scotland, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Norway and New Zealand to produce fruit with better eating qualities and shrubs with greater hardiness and disease resistance.
The raw fruit is particularly rich in vitamin C and polyphenols. Black currants can be eaten raw but are usually cooked in sweet or savory dishes. They are used to make jams, preserves and syrups and are grown commercially for the juice market. The fruit is also used to make alcoholic beverages and dyes.Ingredients: Black currants (68%), raw cane sugar*(27%), chilli*, lemon*, pectin* (*Organic ingredients)
Amount of fruit 72 g per 100g
Nutrition declaration 100g: Energy 714 kJ/170 kcal; Fat 0.1 g (saturated fat 0 g); Carbohydrates 43 g (sugars 43 g); Protein 0.5 g; Salt 0 g