You’ll also find my jars in stockists around Dorset.
Wherever possible we use locally grown and/or sourced ingredients. For example the blueberries for my Blueberry Thrill jam are grown in Puddletown, Dorset.
Only available during the English Strawberry season gives a wonderful freshness and deep strawberry flavour.
Raspberry and Chocolate Jam infused with Vodka
Gorgeous raspberries complimented by rich dark chocolate and given a warmth by the vodka.
Dorset Raspberry Jam
Deep, dark raspberry red colour and fragrance..delish on a muffin!
Blueberry Thrill Jam
Made with locally grown blueberries, this jam holds a very special place in my heart as the first jam I ever made!
Discover my NEW 'Mooless' Dairy Free range
A jumble of summer berries which provide the ingredients for pots of deliciously dark-hued jumbleberry jam – perfect for spreading on freshly made crusty bread! A little Cassis is added to bring out the depth of flavours.
Plum and Cinnamon Jam
For the autumn, and gradually replacing the strawberry jam as the strawberries draw to a close. A rich, deep, jam that goes well in jam tarts and spread on hot crumpets.
Rhubarb and Ginger Jam
Only available at the beginning of the year in line with the forced rhubarb season in Yorkshire. Pink loveliness in a jar!
Orange and Lemon Marmalade with Fursty Ferret
This is a twist on traditional whisky marmalade in that it uses Real Ale from Badgers called Fursty Ferret instead of the whisky. This particular real ale has wonderfully bitter orange undertones that really complement the oranges and lemons used.
Five Fruit Marmalade
Clementine Marmalade with Cointreau
A sweeter marmalade than Seville, Clementine marmalade makes a lovely, rich breakfast treat. Lovely on toast in the morning, or smothered over English muffins for supper. The Cointreau adds a roundness of flavour to this marmalade.
Seville Orange Marmalade
Made with organic Seville oranges shipped directly from the Ava Marie Farm in Seville. My favourite on toast!
Pink Grapefruit, Pomegranate and Gin Marmalade
This is a lovely not too sweet marmalade when you want something different, especially as the little pomegranate seeds burst in your mouth! Yum!