Cherry Lavender Maple Preserve


Net wt 10 oz (284 g)
Fruit & pure maple syrup were meant to be together.
Three of Michigan’s finest crops come together in this lovely preserve – Tart Montmorency cherries, lavender, and pure maple syrup.

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Our Cherry Lavender Preserve has just a hint of culinary lavender. The combination of tart cherries and floral lavender provide a unique addition to the breakfast table. The signature flavor of Michigan fruit pairs perfectly with our caramelly maple syrup. Use it as a dessert topping, in baked goods, or with roasted meat.

Montmorency cherries, pure maple syrup, lemon juice, pectin, lavender.


Sweet ways to eat

  • Use as a topping for ice cream or Greek yogurt
  • Use in a cherry tart or turnover
  • Spoon over cheesecake or pavlova
  • Use as a topping for bread pudding or pound cake
  • Warm & serve over pork tenderloin

About our Maple Preserves

Our maple preserves deliciously showcase Northern Michigan’s specialty crops. The signature flavor of Michigan fruit pairs perfectly with our caramelly maple syrup. Made in small batches, with simple, natural ingredients, our fruit preserves are sweetened only with pure Michigan maple syrup. Swapping out white sugar for pure maple syrup makes a big difference in the flavor of our preserves.

We do not use refined sugar or preservatives in any of our products. All of our maple preserves are vegan and made with all gluten-free ingredients.

Preserve vs Jam

Many people ask us, what is the difference between a preserve and a jam?

A preserve typically has actual pieces of fruit, while jam is made with pureed fruit. Our preserves are made with whole berries or chopped pieces of larger fruits, which are then simmered in pure maple syrup.

The definition of a preserve: A fruit spread made by cooking whole fruit with sugar. We just replace the white sugar with pure maple syrup!

Additional information
Weight .75 lbs
Dimensions 3.5 × 3.5 × 4.5 in

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