When you purchase a jar of Harvest Song jam, you feel like you bought yourself a little homemade gift. Wrapped in colorful sun-dried rice paper from Nepal, the jar seals in the freshness of sun-drenched fruits. I've tried quite a few Harvest Song jams and by far the best is their Tea-Rose Petal Preserves. It is slightly sweet with a hint of rose. Whether you spread it on a piece of crusty bread or pair it with your favorite cheese, you'll experience a unique and delicate flavor that's hard to forget.
What makes Harvest Song jams so unique? All the fruit in Harvest Song jams is produced in the Ararat Valley in Armenia. Unlike other jams, there are no additives or artificial colors added to the mix. They're made with fresh fruit, pure cane sugar and lemon juice. No HFCS here! One serving (about a tablespoon) has just 35 calories and 5 grams of sugar. If you've ever glanced at a Smucker's label, that should be pretty refreshing to read!
If you've grown tired of traditional jams like raspberry, blackberry and boysenberry, you absolutely have to try some of Harvest Song's selections. They offer a wide selection of jams including Apple & Pear, Golden Fig and Pumpkin & Apple. Buy them in mini jars for $7 or large jars for $10. I've seen them in Cost Plus World Market, but you can also buy them online at the Harvest Song website (see the wiki for more info). The website even has a section for suggested cheese and chocolate pairings, plus recipes for some decadent desserts. Do give it a try!
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