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Yo Brits, Whats Breakfast Marmalade?

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I cant find the info on Google. Im a marmalade freak (I even Septic it, Peanut Butter and Marmalade) and I usually get stuff like Duerrs Seville Coarse Cut, which is far better than the insipid, jam like oversugared US <deleted> like Smuckers.

 

But here, I ended up with something from Austrailia called "Breakfast Marmalade" by Coltees. Its tasty.

 

Whats the difference? I dont have anything to comparison test.

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Cottees is cool!

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1 hour ago, Nyezhov said:

But here, I ended up with something from Austrailia called "Breakfast Marmalade" by Coltees. Its tasty.

Ok, no problem. I understand your marmalade fetish. I really like it too. 🙂 

There is one thing, though??? You are Yoooing the Brits, when you found something from Australia???? Wouldn´t it be better to call 555BUSHMAN? 

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Ely Gin with Breakfast Marmalade. Proving that something good can be enjoyed at any time of day, this marmalade gin is a blend of juicy orange and tangy grapefruit, with a rich molasses base. Enjoy neat or with just a splash of tonic

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IMO best marmalade is 100% made from grapefruit. Unfortunately grapefruit has been de-popularized because it has contraindications with the prolific prescription of blood pressure medications.

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Danish Selection gets my vote. Lots of peel. Not too sweet.

 

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But no answer to the question...What is Breakfast Marmalade and how is it different?

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