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Regalis Evergreen Blackberry Preserves

Not your average jam.

Quick Overview:

Tiny blackberries bring big flavor to this addicting spread. 

Quick Facts

Origin: United States - New York
Unit Size: 7.5 oz

The Flavor Experience

Remember when you thought grape jelly was king of all fruit spreads? Time to take your palate to the next level. Evergreen Blackberries aren’t new to North America (in fact, they’ve been growing here since the 1700s), but their small yields have deterred farmers from selling them commercially. One taste of this spread and you’ll understand ‘quality over quantity.’ Bright, refreshing, tart, and sweet, this is the preserve you’ll need to try on everything. 

The Story

Since 2012, Manhattan-based Regalis has supplied some of the world’s rarest foods to Michelin-starred restaurants and home cooks alike. Precious gems like imported caviar and fresh truffles are regular finds for founder Ian Purkayastha, a 27-year-old Arkansas native.  

Usage Tips

Spread on morning toast, or between two slices for an elevated PBJ. Delicious on sheep’s milk cheeses, like Roquefort or Manchego. Whisk together with oil and vinegar to create a fruity vinaigrette, or spoil yourself by adding atop a heaping scoop of vanilla ice cream. 

 

 

 

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Product Description

Tiny blackberries bring big flavor to this addicting spread. 

Quick Facts

Origin: United States - New York
Unit Size: 7.5 oz

The Flavor Experience

Remember when you thought grape jelly was king of all fruit spreads? Time to take your palate to the next level. Evergreen Blackberries aren’t new to North America (in fact, they’ve been growing here since the 1700s), but their small yields have deterred farmers from selling them commercially. One taste of this spread and you’ll understand ‘quality over quantity.’ Bright, refreshing, tart, and sweet, this is the preserve you’ll need to try on everything. 

The Story

Since 2012, Manhattan-based Regalis has supplied some of the world’s rarest foods to Michelin-starred restaurants and home cooks alike. Precious gems like imported caviar and fresh truffles are regular finds for founder Ian Purkayastha, a 27-year-old Arkansas native.  

Usage Tips

Spread on morning toast, or between two slices for an elevated PBJ. Delicious on sheep’s milk cheeses, like Roquefort or Manchego. Whisk together with oil and vinegar to create a fruity vinaigrette, or spoil yourself by adding atop a heaping scoop of vanilla ice cream. 

 

 

 

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