We love it when we find a company that has amazing products which taste delicious but they also have a really passionate and dedicated team behind their products. Crossogue Preserve are a company that have it all.
Crossogue Preserves, is an Irish family run business based in Tipperary. For thirty years they have been mastering the art of creating delicious artisan jams, marmalades, curds and chutneys on their picturesque family farm. The secret alchemy to their success is that all their processes our completed in-house from designing packaging, to manufacturing the products and then packaging the pot themselves. The key to getting the perfect marriage of tastes and textures in every pot is to only create batches of no more than 20 pots at a time. This also means that the great taste is not lost in big quantities. They have a team of preserve makers with over 150 years experience, with head chef Veronica Molloy who was born and raised in Kenya, slaving over the hot stove perfecting the recipes using the same wooden spoons for the past 30 years. Dorothy, another chef shows her dedication and love for the products by coming in to the kitchen to work all hours, not for money but for the love of doing her job. They are one unstoppable team. Only the finest, 100% pure & natural ingredients are used with no preservatives, colourings or additives and 90% of the crops are grown on their family farm. All this has contributed to them being Ireland's most awarded company, winning the Great Taste Award an incredible 30 times and the Irish Food Award.
We stock their lemon curd which is the most delicious you will ever taste and that is a promise and their country fruit chutney with fresh fruits and is subtly spiced to add a fragrant heady touch. Also keep an eye out for their new packaging design which was designed in-house.
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Let us know what you think of Crossogue's lemon curd and country fruit chutney, should we offer more of their products?