Glen Dye Blaeberry Jelly

£4.50

6 in stock

Description

Homemade in small batches in the kitchen at Glen Dye by Caroline.

In August and September, the forest at Glen Dye is full of fat, juicy wild blaeberries. For those of you who don’t know, a blaeberry is a Scottish blueberry, and the ones that grow at Glen Dye are particularly sweet and delicious.

Caroline braves the ferocious midges and forages the blaeberries. She then turns them into jars of deep purple joy for you to spread on your toast for breakfast or a crumpet at tea-time.

The season for blaeberries is short so once the last jar of jelly has been sold, it’s a long wait till next Autumn!

Ingredients

Blaeberry jelly (200g): blaeberries, sugar, pectin

Description

Homemade in small batches in the kitchen at Glen Dye by Caroline.

In August and September, the forest at Glen Dye is full of fat, juicy wild blaeberries. For those of you who don’t know, a blaeberry is a Scottish blueberry, and the ones that grow at Glen Dye are particularly sweet and delicious.

Caroline braves the ferocious midges and forages the blaeberries. She then turns them into jars of deep purple joy for you to spread on your toast for breakfast or a crumpet at tea-time.

The season for blaeberries is short so once the last jar of jelly has been sold, it’s a long wait till next Autumn!

Ingredients

Blaeberry jelly (200g): blaeberries, sugar, pectin