Apricot fruit spread

Peter Kunze

If you’re a fan of Peter Kunze’s legendary Mieze Schindler, you’ll want to try this sumptuous apricot spread. Well, we say “apricot,” but we should really use the proper Austrian term here: Marille, of the Klosterneuburger variety, to be precise. These fruits aren’t plucked from the tree, but gathered from the ground each morning, because apparently that is how you get the ones that are at the perfect point of ripeness. Peter says this spread takes him right back to his youth – and we can only hope you’ll find it similarly invigorating.

220g jar


(€45.45 per 1kg)


Great on buttered bread for breakfast, just as amazing in yoghurt.

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.