By The Artisan Kitchen, Mar 19 2016 01:05PM
We have been celebrating like mad this weekend, thanks to the wonderful news we received from The Worlds Original Marmalade Awards 2016.
Our Artisan KItchen marmalades were awarded 16 accolades including Double Gold for our Seville Orange Aperol Marmalade, which means this is officially The Worlds Best Marmalade for 2016.
This gorgeous Marmalade is a thin cut seville orange marmalade made with Organic Ave Maria Seville Oranges, Sugar & a good splash of delicious Aperol. A labour of love that takes 3 days to produce.
A wonderful zingy Orange treat that is delicious straight from the spoon, mixed in cocktails or spread thickly on toast & croissants.
Along with winning Double Gold we have also secured a listing with one of Londons Finest Stores Fortnum & Mason.
Heres the full List of our awards for 2016.
Double Gold – Seville Orange Aperol Marmalade
Gold – Seville Orange Aperol Marmalade
Gold – Seville Orange Cacao Marmalade
Gold – West Country Cider Sweet Orange Marmalade
Gold – West Country Cider Seville Orange Marmalade
Gold – Seville Orange & Seville Orange Gin Marmalade
Gold – Seville Orange Limoncello Marmalade
Gold – Sweet Orange Espresso Marmalade
Gold – Sweet spiced Citrus Marmalade
Silver – Seville Orange Moonshine Marmalade
Silver – Sweet Orange Sea Buckthorn Marmalade
Silver – Seville Orange Jelly
Silver – Seville Orange Pink Peppercorn Marmalade
Silver – Sweet Orange Vintage Gold Champagne Marmalade
Silver – Sweet Orange Lemongrass Marmalade
Bronze – Leafy Orange Grappa Marmalade
Highly Commended – Pink Grapefruit Ginger Marmalade
About The Marmalade Awards
These quirky awards were founded in 2006 by Jane Hasell-McCosh with the initial idea of preserving, growing and widening one of the most British of customs – making marmalade. They have gone on to generate a following far beyond Jane’s wildest expectations and have a humour and life of their own, inspiring people from all over the world to get involved. Visit www.marmaladeawards.com for more info.
The Awards are centred on Dalemain Mansion, a Georgian stately home lived in by the same family for over 300 years, which also happens to hold a very rich archive of Marmalade recipes.