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The Preservation Society Pepper Jelly

$8.00 / 4.4oz Jar
the preservation society pepper jelly specialty foods
The Preservation Society Pepper Jelly
  • by Preservation Society
  • United States

The Preservation Society makes their Pepper Jelly using a mix of three types of peppers. A blend of bell peppers, habanero peppers, and jalapeno peppers give this bright jam a balance of sweet and spicy notes, a satisfying crunch, and overall zesty profile. This Pepper Jelly is ideal with both mild and savory cheeses - try a dollop with a slice of Murray’s Cave Aged Annelies or a bite of Capriole Piper’s Pyramide.

“My grandparents retired to Georgia and the first time I visited them, they served me Ritz crackers with cream cheese and pepper jelly. They said it was served to them at a welcome reception at their new church. I was skeptical, but it was love at first bite! Over 20 years later, I now consider myself a pepper jelly aficionado, and Preservation Society simply makes the best.”
Murray’s National Team – New York, NY
Pure Cane Sugar, Apple Cider Vinegar, Water, Red Bell Peppers, Green Bell Peppers, Jalapeño Peppers, Pectin, Citric Acid, Habanero Pepper Flakes
  • The Preservation Society Pepper Jelly is made by the Turner family at The Virginia Chutney company. Since 2004, they have been crafting jellies and chutneys that combine traditional English recipes with ingredients from the American South.
  • They make their Pepper Jelly with real chopped pieces of peppers, giving the jelly a slight crunch.
  • Pepper Jelly is a traditional Southern food originating in Texas in the 1970s.
  • Its sweet and slightly spicy profile make it a good pairing for most cheeses, especially buttery and creamy selections such as Brie, Gouda, or Manchego.
  • Operating out of Flint Hill, Virginia, the Preservation Society makes chutneys, jellies, sauces, spreads, and fruit pastes.
  • Preservation Society products were created specifically to pair perfectly with cheese and charcuterie.

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