Apple jelly

Peter Kunze

For this terrific apple jelly Peter Kunze uses Rheinischen Bohnapfel variety apples from his neighbour’s garden… We’re not kidding, either. Still, you’ll be pleased to hear that Peter doesn’t just go stealing the apples in the dark of night, but gets to harvest them with his neighbour’s consent. First, the apples are pressed, and from this juice Peter makes this delicious jelly with just a touch of vanilla. It is really just the tiniest touch though, and you wouldn’t know it’s there unless we told you. Peter gets his vanilla from “Chocolate Rainer” (Rainer Heubeck) and trusts him blindly, so all we know is that it’s approximately 90% bourbon vanilla. Be that as it may, this is one amazing apple jelly.
Contains 70% fruit


220g jar


(€45.45 per 1kg)

Recipe for fruit spread by Peter Kunze

Peter Kunze
Ja, ja Billy and Peter Kunze go way, way back. And ever since they first crossed paths at Nuremberg’s Essigbrätlein, Billy has refused to buy his fruit spread from anyone other than Peter. What makes it so special? Well, it’s simple: Peter only uses the best produce. Sure, that’s what it says on the label of the cheapest, bottom-shelf jam as well, but with everything we know about price, taste and availability of high-quality produce, we can assure you that Peter’s is the real deal. We’ve picked out our two favourites from his assortment and we’re sure you’re bound to love them, too.