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The Fruit Garden Luxury Jams

The Christmas Season is a time of bringing cheer and merriment, and what better way to spread love this season than sending a box or two of the delicious jams by The Fruit Garden Luxury Jams.


And these are not your usual jams and they are not called luxury jams for nothing. I had my first taste of this jam a few years back and the flavor (mango chocolate) was really memorable.

It comes in lovely boxes and coffrets and has a variety of flavors to choose from:

Orange Gingerbread marmalade
Strawberry Blossom
Mango Yuzu
Apricot Passion
Raspberry violet
Calamansi Ginger
Hibiscus
Cherry
Lemon poppy
Berry spices

And there's the special Wave Set that includes: Christmas dream jam and Christmas morning jam.

Tha Champagne coffret:

2 wave jams
1 POP Pommery Champagne


visit www.thefruitgarden.net or call 02-6214603


the kitchen goddess






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