Kerber's Farm Homemade Jam Gift Sampler
Jam, I am.
This darling set’s sure spreading the love: It comes with four 7.9-ounce jars of homemade goodness, fresh from a farm in Huntington, New York (which, ahem, has been around since the 1940s). With flavors like apple, fig, strawberry-rhubarb, and Kerberry—a blend of strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, orange zest, and vanilla—this one’s sure to be just about anyone’s, well, jam. And as if all that weren’t sweet enough, it’s all tied up in a crate we can’t wait to repurpose!
Heads up! Jam selection will vary based on seasonality and availability. Sets will be made up of one of the below flavors:
* Kerberry (blueberries, strawberries, and raspberries)
Photography by Ty Mecham
Details & Materials -
Sets will be made up of one of the below flavors:
Kerberry: Blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, pure cane sugar, light brown sugar, pectin, lemon juice, vanilla extract, spices, vanilla bean, and orange zest.
Blueberry: Blueberries, pure cane sugar, light brown sugar, pectin, spices, lemon juice, vanilla extract. Apple-apples, pure cane sugar, pectin, spices, and vanilla extract.
Fig: Fig paste (figs, potassium sorbate, sulfer dioxide), pure cane sugar, light brown sugar, lemon juice, balsamic vinegar, vanilla extract, spices, white vinegar.
Strawberry-Rhubarb: Strawberries, rhubarb, sugar, lemon juice, pectin, and spices.
Cherry: Cherries, pure cane sugar, pectin, lemon juice, spices. Old-Fashioned Peach-peaches, pure cane sugar, light brown sugar, pectin, lemon juice, and spices.
Apricot: Apricots, pure cane sugar, light brown sugar, pectin, lemon juice, and spices.
Each set includes four 7.9oz. jars.
Care & Notes
Refrigerate once open.
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