£6.50£1.91 per 100g
Fancy adding a little tipple to your teatime? This scrumptious, mildly alcoholic jam is an entirely natural by-product, made with fresh gin-soaked raspberries left over from producing Pinkster gin. The bulk of raspberries used in Pinkster are recycled as Boozy Berries, and the raspberries that don’t make the cut (because they’re rather too mashed) are now being used for this Gin Jam. Great on toast, in cakes, and as a cocktail ingredient too - all the while ensuring minimal wastage and sustainable gin-making. As Good Housekeeping observed: "Why has no one thought of this before?"
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Suitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||per 100g|
|of which saturates (g)||0|
|of which sugars (g)||60|
|Sugar, raspberries and Pinkster Gin. Prepared with 50g of fruit per 100g.|
|May contain traces of nuts|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (26)
Wasn't as good as I was hoping for
It's expensive, and I expected more because of this. I found it sightly bitter, and I am a Gin Lover. I'd much rather reach for the normal jam in the fridge than this.
A bit different
This jam is fruity and has a slight gin taste. I was worried that it would be too much but they have got it just right. Only negative is that it does seem expensive for what it is.
Hangover breakfast sorted ..........
Do NOT buy this jam - if you do, there won't be enough for me. After a heavy session the evening before, this is what you need on your breakfast toast, with Waitrose butter - the one with sea salt crystals in it - add a good dollop of Gin Jam and a cup of Earl Grey tea to drink. Yaaaaaay !!
Not a fan of Gin normally, but this was delicious! Very flavoursome. Would make a lovely gift.
Gin Jam Fantastic!
This jam is amazing in a post afternoon tea or with croissants for w champagne breakfast or as an amazing gift for a gin loving friend. Enjoy folks. Treat yourselves.
yummy but expensive
Im not normally a gin lover but this was a tasty jam that wasnt too strong!