Limited Edition Harbinger Rhubarb Preserve
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Our Harbinger Rhubarb Preserve is made with fresh Yorkshire Rhubarb. One of our favourite preserves, we source all our rhubarb from the Tomlinson Family, who have been growing forced rhubarb continuously for four generations in Pudsey, West Yorkshire.
Harvested in the dark and by candlelight according to age-long tradition, their rhubarb has tender, almost fibre-less stalks that are bright pink in colour and have the most delicate flavour. We choose to use the Harbinger variety because it is super pink!
We chop it, then cook it with a little bit of sugar for as short a time as possible, creating the most delicately delicious rhubarb preserve.
Because we use less sugar it has a drippy, pourable texture, perfect for over yoghurt & granola, or on ice cream!
Shelf life until Jan 2022. Once open refrigerate and enjoy within 4 weeks.
Ingredients: Harbinger Rhubarb, sugar, lemon juice, natural pectin.
Prepared with 68g fruit per 100g, total sugars 48g per 100g
I’m not the biggest fan of rhubarb but having seen the reviews and as it was limited edition bought a jar. This is absolutely scrummy! Wonderful on toast and gutted I didn’t buy more! I’ll be waiting for the next batch in January 2021!
This is just delicious and as it was a limited edition I bought two jars. It's very runny, so a spoon is needed which means you can pile it onto hot buttered toast or crumpets.
I put it on my yogurt with granola. The perfect treat or breakfast
I was really looking forward to this, but I think I got a bad jar. The lid didn’t pop as I opened it, and when I tasted it, the taste was really weird. I couldn’t see any visible mould but it was definitely not a pleasant taste. Everything else I bought from them was delicious so this was a real shame. 🙁
Harbinger Rhubarb Conserve especially delicious with natural yogurt, or on ice cream with a little ginger or nutmeg. Also, added to fresh fruit on cereal. Really like the consistency and taste.