Fruit in a jar set
Billy and Peter Kunze go way, way back. And ever since they first crossed paths, Billy has refused to buy his spread and jams from anyone other than Peter. What, then, 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 only Peter’s is the real deal.
If you’re new to Peter Kunze’s magic, this is your perfect starting point, containing his lingonberry, gooseberry and Sicilian mandarin spreads. This makes for an incredibly versatile combo: perfect on buttered bread, spooned directly out of the glass, great for cooking. What each of these special spreads have in common is that they contain 70-75% fruit (of the highest distinction, we might add), a little preserving sugar and a whole lot of love. For the lingonberry fruit spread, Peter uses deliciously tart berries from Franconia’s finest wild shrubs. As with the delightfully tart gooseberry jam, the final step of production consists in spinning the fruit mass to filter out all the seeds, making for a lovely and smooth texture. The third one in the bunch is a little less local, but no less special. Sun-soaked Sicilian mandarins will have you reaching for the large spoon!
Why not order all these products individually? Because this lovely little package deal gets you 10% off, that’s why!
This set contains
Gooseberry fruit spread
If you’re looking for well-balanced acidity, well, here’s one for you. With only a little added sugar, the red gooseberry’s characteristic tartness remains deliciously intact.
70% fruity fruitiness.
Lingonberry fruit spread
The berry’s natural, pure taste really comes to shine as only a tiny bit of sugar is used for gelling purposes.
75% fruit, 25% jam sugar and nothing else!
Tangerine fruit spread
This is Peter’s version of the Proustian madeleines and takes him straight back to the days of his childhood. You’ll want to spoon this jam right off the glass, using a large spoon of course.
70% fruit, 30% sugar