Christine Ferber’s white peach and Bergeron apricot jam is a sweet preserve to spread over toast, stir through yogurt, or serve alongside nutty cakes.
With their lower levels of acidity, white peaches are slightly sweeter than their pink counterparts. Bergeron apricots are a French variety, with aromatic notes. This sweet jam can be used as an alternative for marmalade if you’re after a less bitter flavour.
About Christine Ferber
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.
Ingredients: Fruit, sugar, apple pectin, lemon juice
Storage: Store in a cool, dry place. Once opened, keep refrigerated and use within 8 days
|Hermes Economy ?||£3.99 (or FREE for orders over £50)|
|Express ?||£6.99 (or FREE for orders over £100)|
|Signature Required ?||£6.99 (or FREE for orders over £100)|
|Weekend Delivery ?||£6.99 (or FREE for orders over £100)|
|Large Item Delivery ?||£29.99 (or FREE for orders over £100)|
These summary details have been prepared for information purposes only, and are designed to enhance your shopping experience on the Sous Chef website. While we have taken care in preparing this summary and believe it is accurate, it is not a substitute for your reading the product packaging and label prior to use. You should note that products and their ingredients are subject to change.