Jelly has been a way of preserving fruit and obtaining sweet products since antiquity. It is also a very Portuguese sweet, and reminds us of countryside aromas and flavours and precious moments spent at the family table. At the Herdade da Aldeia de Cima estate, every moment is perfect to enjoy some traditional jelly, especially arbutus jelly, with its elegant aroma, that is reminiscent of the forest in the late autumn. This jelly is obtained by cooking the pulp of the arbutus berries harvested in the Serra do Mendro , adding sugar equivalent to its net weight, achieving a thicker consistency due to the fact that arbutus fruit is high in pectin. The jelly jar should be kept in a dry, cool environment at room temperature.
The box contains 6 jars of Arbutus jelly of 700grs each.