Radnor Preserves Review

March 6, 2015Sew White

I love sweet things and jam and preserves are always high on that list.

They are so versatile and can go with delicious things like scones, in cakes or even on a simple piece of toast. Jam is magic and can add a delicious new layer to what would normally be something simple. So of course with my slight jam addiction I took the chance to try a great taste gold winning preserve from Radnor Preserves. www.radnorpreserves.com

Sew White Radnor Preserves Review
This award winning jam is amazing and I love that they have such unusual flavours combinations.

I was sent the Raspberry and Crushed Cardamom flavour to try and it was so good. The cardamon is so strong but doesn’t overpower the raspberry. The taste was in tense and you really didn’t need much to be completely satisfied with it. However when you try it you will want more… and more.

The other flavours they have which I now really want to try in their preserve section include Blackberry & Cracked Pepper, Gooseberry & Elderflower, Strawberry & Champagne, and Rhubarb & Caramalised Fig. The jars cost £4.49 for a 227g jar. I know that is a lot for a small jar but as these are special preserves they are worth a little extra money.

If you prefer marmalade you are in luck too as their selection includes some really tempting flavours including; Blood Orange, Chilli, & Smoked Sea Salt Marmalade, Lemon & Lavender, Welsh Whiskey Marmalade. The list goes on and if you are already tempted they also have chutney and jelly too.

I was sent a jar of Radnor Preserve to try. All opinions are my own.


  • Safia @ myGriffinway

    March 6, 2015 at 12:50 pm

    Ooo cardamon sounds interesting, I’ve never heard of using it in preserves. I should stop being sceptical and actually try some of these, the flavour combines are so out of the ordinary! I was a bit like that with alternative chocolate flavours, turns out I really like balsamic and salted chocolates quite a bit. Will have a nosy on Radnor’s website 🙂 x

    1. Sew White

      March 6, 2015 at 1:19 pm

      I was the same with the funny chocolate flavours but now I’m such an odd flavour addict. I like the unusual. I haven’t tried balsamic so I will keep an eye open for that x

  • Michelle Murray

    March 7, 2015 at 2:38 pm

    my mum loves anything like this, will have to show her later

    1. Sew White

      March 7, 2015 at 4:51 pm

      I hope she likes it 🙂

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