Chenab Introduced you The iconic Tiptree Conserves & Jams From UK. The ‘Tiptree’ story begins around the early 1700s with Trewlands, the farm that was later to become the main site for jam-making in the Essex village of Tiptree. The Wilkin family have been farming at Tiptree, Essex, since 1757, Tiptree has been growing fruit & making preserves since 1885 in Essex County, England. Their farm is LEAF Marque accredited (Linking Environment And Farming), recognizing that they work sympathetically with their environment and encourage links with their local community. They grow a wide range of traditional fruits on the farm right next to their factory, by the farm. Fruits grown at Tiptree include strawberries, raspberries, cherries, loganberries, damsons, greengages, Victoria plums, medlars, mulberries and so on…Producing some of the highest quality preserves & marmalades the world has tasted. Tiptree products are made to cherished recipes and are free from artificial colors and flavors. They inspect and prepare fruit by hand then cook in small batches using traditional, copper-bottomed pans to make the highest consistent quality. Each batch produces only 150 jars of product. Four out of every ten jars sold are marmalade, made from citrus fruits that won’t grow in Britain. The orange marmalades are made from Seville oranges, brought overland from Spain each year. The fruit used at Tiptree comes from three main sources: the Tiptree farms (at Tiptree and Goldhanger), local growers and trusted overseas sources. Tiptree use only the best fruit and that’s been the case right from the very beginning in 1885. They received their first Royal Warrant from George V in 1911 and remain Royal Warrant holders as purveyors of ‘Tiptree’ products to Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II. They supply an extensive range of preserves, marmalades, honeys, sauces, condiments, fresh fruit, teas, cakes, biscuits, gift packs, gins, fruit juices, and even Christmas puddings. ‘Tiptree’ products can now be found in over seventy countries, on luxury cruise liners, in five star hotels and on top airlines. One of their best-selling is raspberry conserves from the Tiptree range. Tiptree’s quest for perfect fruit leads them to Scotland where the cool, damp climate produces firm, intensely-flavored raspberries that are turned into the finest raspberry preserve. Premium raspberries are gently cooked with sugar in small batches to create this delicious rich conserve with pips. They extract the seeds to offer a smooth texture. As with all Tiptree jams and marmalades, the raspberries are cooked using traditional methods in small batches to ensure the highest consistent quality. Tiny Tip Raspberry Conserve is perfect for spreading on your toast, with your scones at afternoon tea, or thickly spread between two sponge cakes to make the perfect Victoria Sponge. Most popular with customers in Spain, Luxembourg and Austria, but you can buy Tiptree Sweet Tip Raspberry Conserve for delivery worldwide.
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