In fact, marmalade are known from the Middle Ages. It is believed that the first was quince marmalade and it is came from Portugal. Since then, fruit and citrus jams have begun to be created in different countries, which differ in their high density and structure similar to jelly due to the high content of pectin. The marmalade does not fall from bread if it is turned over. True revolution was happen in Scotland, when the marmalade from the bitter Seville orange was first produced. From that time, the marmalade became an indispensable breakfast meal for all Britons including the Queen.
Marmalade are distinguished by the transparency, colour, shreds size, sweetness, bitterness and sourness.
For a better understanding of each blend properties, we added an infographic card for each marmalade.