We make gourmet quince preserves, proudly serving Washington DC metro area.
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Rose Quince preserves is enriched by rose water, which contains powerful antioxidants and has a relaxing effect on your nervous system. Contains quince, sugar, rose water, and lemon juice.
Naked Quince. Our most minimalist recipe. Just quince, sugar, and lemon juice.
Cardamom Quince. Authentic Iranian recipe. My friend Noori agrees: ‘it is like my mom used to make it back home.’ Cardamom’s intense flavor gives a distinct brightness to quince preserves.
Rose Quince. Enriched by rose water. Made from rose petals, this essence contains powerful antioxidants and has a relaxing effect on your nervous system. If cardamom quince brightens your day and attitude, a delicate taste of rose quince relaxes and calms you.
Low Sugar Quince. Avoiding sugar and extra-carbs? This recipe replaces sugar with spices: cinnamon, cloves, vanilla, and cardamom. It still tastes sweet but contains 75% less sugar than the original recipe.
Honey Spice has no added sugar. Just a bit of honey and brightness of spices: cinnamon, cardamom, nutmeg, vanilla, and ginger.
Quince Chutney. The raw power of quince spiced up with ginger, red pepper, cinnamon, cardamom, nutmeg and a light touch of molasses is the preferred choice of strictest vegans.
Quince & Cran. The sweet is never as sweet without the sour. We combine quince and cranberries, some sugar, cinnamon, and lemon juice to make this a healthy and bright treat.
Quince & Plum. Try our newest recipe. The luxurious smoothness of plum meets the distinct texture of quince.
Wholesome Plum. Not a quince fan? How about delicious plum? These tasty preserves have very small sugar content and go very well with your yogurt, waffles, pancakes, toast, and oatmeal.
All our preserves are great with soft and hard cheeses (and wine!), with yogurt, on a toast, with granola and simply with tea. Our low carb preserves also combine well with roasts.
You’ve doubtless heard the story of how a golden apple was the catalyst for the Trojan War, but the golden apple may have actually been the region’s native quince fruit.
The quince is a very nutritious fruit that also has a very low calorie density. It is a great source of dietary fiber, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. Quince has a very high concentration of vitamin C, and is also a good source of calcium, iron, potassium, magnesium and copper.
Quince is great for people who enjoy experimenting with food.
Gulnaz & Jev
Quince is a labor of love for us. Once we’ve discovered the joy of quince, we saw the need to share it with others. Quince is not a widely known fruit outside specific parts of the world. It is underappreciated in the United States. Yet it is magic – with its delightful fragrance, brilliant color when cooked with sugar, robust texture, versatile and complex taste that complements different types of cheeses, yogurt, and other foods. Quince has added yet another tangent of brightness and flavor to our busy and already fulfilled lives. We hope we can help you to discover a new bright spot for your life, too!
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