Saturday, May 20, 2017

I was recently sent a couple of jars of Duerr’s Seville marmalade to try, I’ve always liked marmalade and used to always insist we got the shred less kind but over the years I’ve come to appreciate all varieties of marmalade (well most of them)

I was sent two of the Seville orange range;

The Golden Orange Conserve, this is more like a curd rather than a marmalade or jam and the Fine Cut Half Sugar Seville Orange Marmalade

I always have mine on toast. It must be piping hot, very pale and freshly popped from the toaster. My mum, on the other hand, she likes to have hers fairly dark and cold. We use the toast tent technique to cool it down. How do you have your toast?

The Golden Orange Conserve, this is more like a curd rather than a marmalade as I've said. It is very smooth and has a nice orange flavour which is very smooth and refreshing.

This would be good for people who say they don't like marmalade but like orange flavours and it isn't as tangy as marmalades. It's also shred free so for those shred haters, it is perfect.

Another thing about how I have my toast is I like to cut the top and bottom crusts off and then cut it in half down the middle! This is a new thing that I’ve been doing over the past few months. I’ve never been a toast in triangles kinda girl.

The second jar was the Fine Cut Half Sugar Seville Orange Marmalade, of the two I think this was my favourite. I liked the fine shred in the marmalade, it wasn’t as sweet as full sugar marmalade and I liked the tanginess of this marmalade.

I love the shape of these jars, they are astatically pleasing to my eyes and the products inside are tasty and I really enjoyed them.

I was sent these product as a sample to try, I have not be paid for this review and all words and opinions are my own. 

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