Robertson’s Marmalades have been produced in the U.K. since 1859.
James Robertson and his wife Marion were grocers in Paisley Scotland and they had bought a barrel of bitter Seville oranges that they could not sell. They decided to use them to make marmalade. Over the period of a few months they found a way to remove the bitterness and the result was clear and tangy golden shred orange marmalade. Marion had found a way to take out the bitterness but retain what they called “the highly tonic value of the fruit”…. and as they say “ The rest is history”
To this day, Robertson’s still makes their marmalades the way they did in 1859, using only the finest quality ingredients, so you can be assured of that distinctive Robertson’s flavor and appearance..
Robertson’s marmalade is so good that it has held a Royal Warrant since 1933 and is the No.1 Marmalade brand in the UK.
Try Robertson’s Marmalades and taste the difference.
Marmalade is a fruit preserve made from the juice of citrus fruits boiled with sugar and water. Marmalade is usually distinguished from jam by its fruit peel.
Robertson’s Marmalades are available in the following flavours:
Golden Shred Orange Marmalade
Thick Cut Orange Marmalade
Seville Orange Marmalade
Scotch Orange Marmalade
Silver Shred Lemon Marmalade
Lemon Curd is a dessert spread. The basic ingredients are eggs, sugar and lemon juice. Lemon curd is a popular spread for bread, scones waffles or muffins.
Robertson’s makes a lemon curd you will love.