Christine Ferber Raspberry Jam 220g

Description

Christine Ferber's raspberry jam – framboises pépins – is a breakfast classic. Spread generously over toast or serve with croissants and coffee for an indulgent petit dejeuner.

This handmade raspberry jam still contains pips - the pépins.

Experience the magic blends of fresh Alsace fruits, flowers and herbs with Christine Ferber's jams. When available, the seasonal fruits are harvested locally from the fields, mountains and forests, and cooked daily in very small batches – never more than four kilograms together in one of her copper cauldrons. All are produced in their small kitchen in the small village Niedermorschwihr nestled in the heart of the vineyards in Alsace. And Christine rises at 5.30am every morning to tend to the fruit herself. Availability of the jams varies season by season.

Christine Ferber is France's 'Queen of Confitures'. A world-renowned master patissière, Christine Ferber has worked with Alain Ducasse (who serves her jams in his restaurants), the Troisgrois family, and Pierre Hermé, amongst others.

Browse Christine Ferber preserves.

Ingredients: fruits, sugar, apple pectin, lemon juice. Prepared with a minimum of 68g of fruit per 100g. Once opened, keep refrigerated and consume within 8 days.

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