Hartley's Best Strawberry Jam Reviews
Product Type: Hartley`s Spread
Description:Type: Marmalades / Hartley's have been making jam since 1871. This long history, knowledge and expertise in getting the most out of fruit ensures that Hartley's jams are second to none. Hartley's Family is ideal for people who prefer a smoother jam but who ... more
Hartley's Best Strawberry Jam ... don't want to compromise on taste. Hartley's Family is a high-quality fruity jam with 'no bits', making it perfect for the kids. It can be found in large family sized jars and is available in six flavours (strawberry, raspberry, blackberry, blueberry, gooseberry and apricot).
Newest Review: ... I stock up, as it has a best before date of around a year so it can be stored with the tins in the cupboard for a while. The ... more
by - written on 19/03/12 (Very useful, 76 readings)
Everyone who knows me will agree that I am a terrible cook. Luckily my other half is a fantastic cook, he enjoys cooking and prepares most meals in the household, however, on Wednesdays, my day off, I normally have a go at something culinary, more often than not it ends in disaster. This week my son has put in a special request for jam tarts knowing full well that, surely, even I can't go wrong with such a simple recipe! I won't bore you with the details but, basically, it went wrong, my pastry was inedible so went in the bin and out came the ready rolled shop bought pastry and, the essential, Hartleys Best Strawberry Jam, then in the oven they went! HARTLEY'S ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/08/11 (Very useful, 37 readings)
As my usual self, always bagging the bargains, Hartley's best jam is usually available for around a pound and at Tesco's they are more often than not, 2 for £1.60 or have something like that sort of deal which is great for the family and it means we can always try out the different flavours. The several flavours other than the traditional strawberry include apricot, black cherry, red cherry, damson, bramble, blackcurrant, blackberry, blueberry, gooseberry, pineapple, raspberry and thin cut marmalade although half of these jams are not as widely available and I can say I have only tried four or five of them. I prefer Hartley's jam over other brands because it has a more .. Read the complete review
by - written on 09/03/11 (Very useful, 127 readings)
Firstly, I'll forego all the obvious Bob Marley style jokes about jam and get straight to the Hart of the matter. (Oh...!) I have been a fan of various Jams/Jellyies, Conserves and Marmalades since I was ye high, and distinctly remember freaking my brother out by having a raspberry jam and mature chedder sandwich in our teens, both of which he can't stand! I'm always on the look out for new or different jams to sample, and have been aware of the Hartley's brand for some years, and currently buy the 'No Bits' line they produce. Deciding on a change of style, I brought the 340g jar of the 'Best' variety to see if it was just as tasty, here are my thoughts on this popular .. Read the complete review
by - written on 06/04/10 (Very useful, 41 readings)
I really fancied some strawberry jam, cream and scones the other night so I popped to my local newsagents to find Hartleys jam on offer for just £1. Hartleys jam comes in a glass jar with a silver screw off lid. You can buy it in a few different flavours but I only like strawberry jam. The strawberry hartleys comes with the strawberry heart on the front with Harleys clearly written in the middle Best strawberry jam it also says on the front. 100g contains; 244 calories 0.4g protein 60.6g carbohydrate 0.0g fat I am well impressed with this jam, it has a considerably thick consistency yet it is smooth to dip your knife ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/02/10 (Very useful, 21 readings)
This has got to be the fruitiest jam have ever tasted! And I have tried others, but none ever compare to this! Hartleys jam is an old favourite of mine, and with good reason. It is literally jam packed with fruit and bursting with flavour. I have tried the other flavours (raspberry and blackcurrant), but I always come back to strawberry - this one is a lovely red colour that actually looks like strawberries without looking too synthetic or artificially produced, and its in the traditional glass jam jar (jam in plastic containers is just wrong). Inside, the jam is smooth and splodgy, with lots of lovely fruity ... Read the complete review
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