Sqirl Small Batch Jam
Hip cafe located in Los Angeles features global-inspired breakfast & lunch fare with housemate jams in a minimalist space. Often a line around the block! Here you don't have to wait. Enjoy these amazing jams form home.
Spiced Gravensteirn Apple Butter
Made from delicate Gravenstein apples we drive back every August from Walker, a family farm in Sebastopol that’s over a hundred years old.Crisp, sweet and tart, these Gravensteins yield the best apple butter we’ve ever tasted, its texture pure silk, and now combined with comforting fall & winter spices to call in the cooler, holiday months and nourish the soul.
Black Mission Fig and Red Wine
Juicy, deep fig flavor, dark plum. Considered one of the highest quality figs, mission figs were first planted in San Diego by Franciscan missionaries in 1768, and have since become the main commercial variety of figs in California. Black Missions have darker skin tones with strawberry-colored interiors.
Ingredients *Black Mission fig, *cane sugar, * lemon juice, red wine
Raspberry Vanilla Bean Fruit Spread
Tart, creamy, aromatic. We get our raspberries from Pudwill Farms, the only farmer we know who harvests large amounts of berries and who’s always at the Santa Monica Farmers Market, rain or shine! Our organic Tahitian vanilla beans come from Heilala, which, added to the delicate raspberries creates a beautiful aromatic fusion.
Ingredients:*Raspberries, *cane sugar, *Sorrento lemon juice, *Tahitian vanilla bean
Blenheim Apricot Fruit Spread
Orchard-sweet, honey-like, royal. Blenheim’s hail from Europe about 200 years ago, flourishing in the garden at Blenheim Palace in England (birthplace of Winston Churchill!); they became U.S. imports in the 1880’s, arriving in California and spiking in production during WWI until a halting of imported dried fruit from Europe mobilized Sacramento and Santa Clara valleys to begin growing hefty amounts of them. Today, Blenheim production is quickly decreasing by the thousands due to the uprooting of trees to make room for commercial development; additionally, due to their minuscule shelf life, major chain grocery stores more than often opt for the more shelf-stable varietals of apricots.
Origins:Once Blenheim’s are off the tree, they start to disintegrate! So we gently gather these beautiful rosy-golden babes from either Mike Cirone at Canyon Ranch or Andy's Orchard and can as much as well can before they return to the grand Mother Earth!
Dry-farmed Blenheim apricot, *cane sugar, *Sorrento lemon juice