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Weight: 220g
Chuckleberry jam. A fantastic vibrant and sharp jam. Made using Chuckleberries grown locally in the Welsh Marches.  An Great Taste two star award winner.

Our first jam won silver medal at Ludlow Food Festival 2016 and has received two stars from the 2017 GREAT TASTE AWARDS, and yes there is such a fruit as the Chuckleberry!

Chuckleberry Jam is a fantastic vibrant and sharp jam, made using Chuckleberries grown locally in the Welsh Marches. The chuckleberry is a little-known berry. It is a redcurrant crossed with a gooseberry and jostaberry (itself a hybrid of a gooseberry and a blackcurrant). The resulting fruit has a sharp, vibrant taste which is great in the morning to wake up your taste buds, but equally as good in a Victoria Sandwich or with scones and cream.

INGREDIENTS: Welsh Chuckleberries (55%), sugar.


NUTRITION: Typical Values. 100g contains: Energy 878kj/210Kcal, Fats 0.5g of which Saturates 0g, Carbohydrates 48.8g, Sugars 47.8g, Fibre 3.3g, Protein 1g, Salt 0.12mg.
Store in a cool dry place. After opening refrigerate and use within 6 weeks.

Handmade in Herefordshire, UK

Myrtle’s Kitchen is a small local business which is big on flavour and creating new and exciting preserves. They are all made traditionally by hand but with a contemporary twist, using local knowledge to pick up the freshest, finest ingredients.
Myrtle’s Kitchen started in 2014 when chef, Jane, started making mango chutney for friends and family. Now 5 years on, we are proud to supply many farm shops and delicatessens across the UK as well as Liberty’s and Selfridges & Co in London.

3 reviews for Chuckleberry Jam

  1. Caroline Murphy (verified owner)

    Quite simply the best jam in the world. Also amazing with cold meats and cheeses (or straight out the jar with a spoon!).

  2. Nicki

    The name is quite a talking point & love to gift this. Tricky to describe but a super, clean, zingy taste. You realise just how overbearing the sweetness of supermarket jams are once you taste this. Go for it!

  3. Kate

    Myrtles Mango chutney holds the first place in my heart but the chuckleberry jam is a very close second (think photo finish). There is nothing more beautiful than it on buttered toast made with fresh bread on a Sunday morning!

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