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Mrs Bridges Ginger Preserve with Malt Whisky

Whisky Marmalade – Mrs Bridges Ginger

This isn’t much of a review since I am just gonna state that this is a nice whisky preserve. Mrs Bridges is an English jam producer, they offer preserves, marmalades, hampers and old fashioned sweets online. Their products are also very well available in stores across the world, or Europe at least. My spouse found this jar from a Finnish shop so the availability must be good.

Mrs Bridges Ginger Preserve with Malt Whisky

Mrs Bridges preserve contains:

  • 3 % of malt whisky
  • Jammy ginger
  • 25 g berries per 100 g
  • 65 g sugar per 100 g

I must say that this marmalade is fairly good, even though the ginger does dominate. Ginger is usually very overtaking, like with ginger flavored beers. Usually it is too rough but with this marmalade it seems to be working fine. The malt whisky influence is very minimal but all in all, this is a good preserve. Especially with toasted bread and whip cream, which I tried recently.

Marmalade whisky and sandwich

Whisky marmalade went well with sandwich and some whip cream

Marmalade containing malt whisky
Johannes Lindblom
Johannes Lindblom
Finnish whisky enthusiast and the author of WhiskyRant! A digital marketing professional by day – a whisky reviewer and informer by night.

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