LEMON ASPEN JELLY
On the jar below, it states this Lemon Aspen Jelly is used like jam and tastes like lemon butter.
To both husband & I, it tasted sort of like a lime jam, with a hint of mixed peel taste or a very slight tartness to bitterness.
Jellies are made with the juice of the fruit rather than the pulp. If one day, I might consider wanting to make my own lemon aspen jelly, I could use commercial Lemon Aspen Juice
from a store nearby to me that sells it, but the problem I'd have is how much to use as I don't feel there's accurate or helpful information on this, without digging deeper. It would be the same issue for me, were I to squeeze my own juice form Lemon Aspen Berries
, which I'm unwilling to do, based on what I've posted on this previously in this topic.
Total ingredients on jar: Lemon Aspen
, water, sugar, pectin.COMMERCIAL LEMON ASPEN PRODUCTS
There may be additional products on the Australian market, but so far, I've come across whole Lemon Aspen berries, Lemon Aspen Juice, ground Lemon Aspen & Lemon Aspen Jelly for sale.