Traditional English Marmalades
What is a Marmalade? Well, the story goes that marmalade was invented in 1700, when a storm-damaged Spanish ship, carrying Seville oranges, sought refuge in Dundee harbour. The cargo was sold off cheaply to James Keiller, a down-on-his-luck local merchant, whose wife turned it into a preserve.
Traditionally a spread that is served on toast for breakfast, marmalade is a delicious tangy spread that can served any time, on a hot buttery piece of toast or a scone for tea. We feature three marmalades in our collection, all of which have as their base, oranges. Keeping faithful to the original marmalade, our English Breakfast Marmalade features seville oranges, which give it a wonderfuly strong and zesty flavor.