One of my favorite parts of exhibiting in local craft fairs is the opportunity to talk with customers and listen to flavor combinations that they would be interested in. If I continually hear similar requests, then its a no-brainer to test out a new batch. Thanks to many customer requests for a chunky fig jam suitable for appetizers and hors d'oeuvres galore, Small Batch Jam Co is pleased to present our Mission Fig Rosemary Jam.
What could be better than coming out with a killer jam? Finding out that a marvelously talented Bay Area artist, Rasterstache, loves your jam! So, of course, we joined efforts to come out with our first Artist Collection label of his own design. From his bots to pop culture inspired paintings and graphic prints, he is an artist worth following and collecting!!
Please check him and his work out on this website at: https://rasterstache.com/
Or follow him on Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/rasterstache/?hl=en
Our delicious mission fig rosemary jam is a quartered fig from Sonoma County for added texture paired with fresh local rosemary that pairs great for just about any flavorful cheese. The recipe uses only fresh figs, pure cane sugar, fresh cut rosemary, a little citrus pectin for added gelling and a generous splash of freshly squeezed lemon juice for a little zing to the flavor in this magical combination.
As a huge proponent for all arts, we couldn't help but start a conversation with local Bay Area artists that are producing amazing artwork. The Artist Collection is a special collectible series in conjunction with very talented artists that have picked their favorite flavor jam and designed their own label to showcase their artwork on a different medium. Although these flavors are the same as in our standard collection, 20% of purchase price of this collection of jams goes directly back to the artist in promoting their work.
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