Sonata Strawberry Preserve
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Jam packed full of British strawberries and hand made in small batches for the very best flavour, our Sonata Strawberry Preserve is made using much more fruit and less sugar than traditional jams.
You will receive with a shelf life of at least 1 year.. Once open refrigerate and enjoy within 4 weeks.
Ingredients: Strawberries, Sugar, Lemon Juice, Natural Pectin
Prepared with 63g fruit per 100g, total sugars 48g per 100g
Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
All that i have tried have been delicious. Blood orange marmalade my favourite. Customer service second to none. Will certainly keep buying more, once my stock goes down. 10 out of 10 in every way. Support this small business and you will not be let down in quality and service
Fabulous jam. Lived up to its promises! Will be ordering again!
So full of fruit, I will definitely buy again. And the bonus is that my kittens love the delivery box to play and snooze in.
Just bought more sonata strawberry jam. It’s my absolute favourite. My family love it too.
Bought this jam hoping for a taste of Sonata strawberries - one of the best things about summer in Scotland but almost impossible to find down South. My verdict? It's not quite as mindblowing as eating the actual fruit; this being jam, it is a tad more sugary and the distinct juicy sweetness of Sonata strawberries gets a bit lost in the sugar. But as far as strawberry jam goes, it is one of the better quality ones I have tasted. It's sweet but not cloying, and unlike many strawberry jams on the market, it actually tastes of strawberries (though I wouldn't necessarily be able to tell that they are Sonata specifically). The consistency is a bit loose and runny, but only in comparison to supermarket jams which are more firmly set and jelly-like. Spreads nicely on toast; one teaspoon-sized blob at a time is plenty if like me, you don't have a sweet tooth. Would have been a full five stars if the flavour was more distinctly Sonata, but still berry good. Look forward to trying the raspberry one next.