Spiced Damson: No self respecting cheese board should be without this all year round but also perfectly spiced for Christmas.

Mixed Tomato and Ginger: Great with just about anything you might want to put chutney with.

Spicy Courgette: A chutney with a little crunch and a touch of chilli which is fantastic with cheese or casseroles.

Wild Plum: Similar to Damson but more juicy, again excellent with cheese.

Rhubarb and Clementine: Delicious with ham or cold chicken. Also goes fantastically with left over turkey at Christmas (or anytime of year).

Apple, Apricot and Cranberry: A little bit of warmth to spice up sausages and burgers. Great for summer BBQ’s as well as with cheese.

Pear, Orange and Ginger: A great match for venison or feathered game, especially duck.

Fresh Apricot: Perfect with pates and with very ripe soft cheese, such as Mont d’Or.

Fragrant Apple and Sultana: Great with pork or cheese.

Jams and Marmalade:

Red Hot Chilli Jam: Use to spice up sauces or casseroles, just a couple of teaspoons will do unless you love spicy food in which case add a bit more or have with cheese and biscuits.

Chilli Jam:  A great all rounder for cheese, meat or canapés.

Seville Orange Marmalade: A traditional bitter marmalade. 

Seasonal Products

Christmas cakes - anything from 6" - 12" round or square: Rich dark cakes bursting with fruit and plenty of brandy. Nut free.

Christmas puddings - various sizes: Wonderfully decadent pudding with lots of fruit and alcohol. Excellent with Cointreau or Brandy butter.

Whisky Mincemeat: An apple mincemeat which is steeped in whisky. Use to make amazing mince pies. 

Simnel cakes - various sizes: Traditional Easter fruit cake with a layer of marzipan in the middle. 

Ginger and Citrus Fruit Cakes: A lighter summer version of a Christmas cake. Packed with dried fruit and plenty of ginger. Enjoy with a cup of tea or coffee or anything really.

N.B. Please note that as we try to use local produce our range depends on the what is available and in season and therefore the products may vary slightly season to season.