Obrador Valle de la Osa bakery (placed in Constantina, Sevilla, Andalusia) has been making jam for almost 80 years following the recipe of Abuela (grandmother) Rosario, a woman in their family. They produce around 2.000 jars per year without using any preservative or dye and only with fruits and vegetables from the same season, such as bitter oranges, chestnuts, peppers, pumpkins or zucchinis.
Sevillian bitter orange jam
Handmade Sevillian bitter orange jam, elaborated in the Sierra Norte de Sevilla mountains.
100% natural, with no preservatives or dyes.
Ingredients: Sevillian bitter orange, sugar.
Two available sizes: 300 g and 100 g.
- SPAIN - Andalusia - Seville
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