Our Favourite Jam Cocktail Recipes
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Our Favourite Jam Cocktail Recipes

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One of the easiest ways to add a boost of fruity flavour to your next cocktail is to use a little jam. Running out of syrup isn’t the end of the world and everybody has some leftover preserves in the back of the fridge to use instead. Simply use some jam to add that kick of sweetness and a little extra flavour to your next cocktail. You can use anything from jams to curds or even marmalades.

Our favourite jam cocktail recipes

Strawberry Gin Smash Cocktail

Strawberry gin smash cocktail

Jam makes everything taste better, we’re using it as a cheat in our cocktail instead of a syrup. For the freshest cocktails in town, use frozen berries inside your ice cubes and garnish your cocktails with freshly picked herbs. Find the recipe here: Strawberry Gin Smash Cocktail

For our Original Strawberry Whole Fruit Jam we use plump and juicy whole strawberries to create our award winning and luxuriously fruity preserve.


Gooseberry & Elderflower Jam Fizz Cocktail

Gooseberry & Elderflower Fizz Cocktail

A lightly floral Prosecco-based cocktail with citrus fruit and refreshing cordial. This is a super easy cocktail, find the recipe here: Gooseberry & Elderflower Jam Fizz Cocktail

Our Sweet Gooseberry Whole Fruit Jam is packed full of sweet and juicy whole gooseberries for a tangy taste with a traditional texture. Hand stirred in open copper pans, made with only the finest ingredients and perfected in Staffordshire, by our expert jam makers.

Our Sweet Gooseberry Whole Fruit Jam will add zing to your breakfast, spread over toasted brioche or used in a cocktail. 


Strawberry Jamtini Cocktail

Strawberry Jamtini Cocktail

A deliciously sweet cocktail for any celebration. With our Strawberry Jamtini Cocktail recipe swap in other spirits and jams, depending on how you’re feeling.

For our Original Strawberry Whole Fruit Jam we use plump and juicy whole strawberries to create our award winning and luxuriously fruity preserve.


Mango Cocktail

Curds are also fantastic in a cocktail, why not try this refreshing and Summer inspired Mango Cocktail – Cottage Delight?

We combine exotic passionfruit with beautiful mango to create our deliciously creamy Passion Fruit & Mango All Butter Curd, full of tropical fruity flavour.

Breakfast Martini

Our Breakfast Martini is a classic marmalade cocktail with juicy lemons and oranges.

Our Gin, Orange & Lemon Thin Cut Marmalade uses Spanish oranges and lemons and a generous dash of London Dry Gin creates a rich, fruity and delightfully zingy flavour.


Our Jams, Marmalades and Curds selection

Cocktails, mocktails, milkshakes, hot chocolate, and more. Our juicy jams and marvellous marmalades aren’t just for delicious food but for vibrant and bold drinks too. Sip on exciting new flavours with some of our inspiring recipes. jams, marmalades and curds are all suitable for adding in to your homemade cocktails. 


Top Tips for homemade cocktails:

Chill your glasses ahead of time

Either chill them in your fridge or fill it with ice and water. By chilling the glass you help ensure the cocktail remains refreshingly cool to the very last sip.

The Golden Rule

The golden rule when it comes to cocktail making is; two parts spirit, one part sweet, and one part sour.

Taste everything

Always taste your cocktail batch before serving to your guests, just to make sure you’ve hit the right spot!

Shaken, not stirred

Only drinks containing juice, egg, or cream should be shaken. A drink containing only liquors should always be stirred (yes, that includes Martinis unless specifically requested like our Breakfast Martini recipe above).

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