Maison de Monaco French Inspired Preserves - 3 Pack


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Maison de Monaco French Inspired Preserves - 3 Pack
$15.99 + $5 shipping
CONDITION: Fruity
PRODUCTS:
1 Peach & Lavender Preserves 7.75oz
1 Raspberry & Violet Preserves 7.75oz
1 Blackberry & Poppy Flower Preserves 7.75oz

Previous offer:
9/14/11 (woot-off)


#3

Is this the same stuff offered during the woot off a few weeks ago?


#4

How much alcohol do these contain? I guess my question is, will I need to eat all 3 to get a buzz or just 1?


#5

So this is like Fleur de Jam?


#6

Yes it was offered in the Woot Off for a very limited time


#7

There is no alcohol in there sorry !! just great jam


#8

Hello everybody,
i just want to introduce myself, I’am Coco, the preserves maker.
I hope you will enjoy my fruit preserves as I enjoy to make them.

if you have any questions…go ahead


#9

raspberry & Violet? Peaches & Lavender? Ok, do we put this on toast or am I supposed to dab it behind my ears.


#10

How strong are the notes of the flowers? Do they cover up at all the flavor of the fruit?


#11

Blackberry & Poppy Flower? is that for the opiate addict in all of us?


#12

what is fleur de jam?
Is it only made with flowers?
because the preserves i’m making are made with fruits and flowers, the idea is to taste both of them


#13

i try to make a good balance between the fruit and the flower…if you put too much lavender…it tastes like soap!!!


#14

Hey, it’s been a while since I was the first sucker. Yay me. Takes the sting off a rough night at my friend’s poker game tonight. And I missed these during the recent Woot-off, so I’m in for a big boxful. Thursdays are the only day I look at wine.woot!


#15

no, it is the flower flavor…but maybe you can become addicted …to the taste…who knows??


#16

What is the eating window on these bottles?


#17

This actually sounds lovely. I am not sure I can bring myself to spend $20 on jam right now, but the flavor combos sound really interesting. I will have to think about this one for a minute.
Has anyone already tried them? Do they labrat this kind of thing?

Are the fruits organic/chemical free?


#18

This sounds incredibly good!
Mr Grandmother always mixed 2 fruits to make jam.
She made an apple/peach jam that was heavenly.
It poured out of the jar like honey.

Is the Blackberry jam seedless?


#19

you can keep them 2 years as long as it is closed, once it is open keep them in the fridge, you have 3 weeks to eat them, because i don’t put any preservatives or corn syrup…or chemical products


#20

i’m pretty new in this country, but i used to sell these jams for ten years in France, and yes it is chemical free