Blueberries, in some areas also called blueberries, taste simply delicious and undoubtedly belong to the particularly healthy berries. Since they contain a high amount of vitamin C and are good for digestion, they are generally very popular.
Can you improve this taste by adding alcohol? After a few attempts, we came to gin at Marmondo and now answer this question quite clearly with yes! The taste of the gin, which is essentially distilled from juniper berries and contains some herbs, just rounds off super.
As with our other jams and jellies with alcohol, we have chosen a high-quality companion for the good berries: quadruple distilled London Dry Gin with 47% alcohol, which tastes much smoother than those from the supermarket with less alcohol.
Name: Fruit spread, fruit content at least 60%.
Blueberries, sugar, blueberry juice, gin, gelling agent pectin, juniper berry extracts, acidifier citric acid, preservative sorbic acid.
Nutritional information, per 100 g:
|Condensing/Energy:||2236 kJ / 542 kcal|
|of which saturated fatty acids:||4,0 g|
|thereof sugar:||3,4 g|