Jams, Curds, Marmalade
If you are a fan of English jams, you know the following protagonists very well: Mrs. Darlington, who likes a sip of brandy or gin in her jam white or Frank Cooper, who picks fine oranges from Seville into his glass. Cooper and Darlington are two well-known producers of the typical British, slightly bitter orange marmalade, which is often eaten on rolls or sweet pastries with tea. This tea time is celebrated in the British Kingdom in the afternoon not only with tea but also with sophisticated fruit mixtures from Hartleys or the buttery English speciality Curd. Still relatively unknown on local breakfast tables, you can discover these at British Shopping alongside the traditional products of Wilkin & Sons Tiptree. You will also find a variable selection of spreads, such as Rum Butter, Salted Caramel Spread and various other English specialities, which taste delicious with scones or bread.