Make A Toast! That’s Right, Spreadable Prosecco Is Actually A Thing

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PROSECCO

Prosecco on toast? It’s revolutionary.

Prosecco: the official drink of the festive season. (Besides mulled wine and Bailey’s hot chocolate, of course). But the question is, should it stay in the glass? Jam & Tipple don’t think so.

We’re not entirely sure how to feel about this new trend. Any time Prosecco infiltrates another medium, we’re always a little sceptical. Prosecco crisps? Nah. Prosecco-flavoured pink cheese? Vom. But Prosecco preserve? Hmmm.

Jam & Tipple is a family run business, established in 2015. Their boozy jams are handmade in the UK and, according to them, they’re good for any occasion. Try them with cheese and meats, they say. Or meringues and scones, they say. But we’re still not entirely convinced…

It doesn’t stop at Prosecco, either. Jam & Tipple have a full collection of boozy artisan jams. In fact, it’s all they make.

How about G&T on toast?

GIN & TONIC

Or a bit o’ beer on your bagel?

BEER

Amaretto to go with some Wensleydale, perhaps?

AMARETTO

Or some Mojito for your muffin?

MOJITOEven a cheeky bit of mulled wine on a nice festive crumpet? It is Christmas, after all.

MULLED WINE

 

These boozy jams are exclusively available at Fenwick. They’re £4.20 a piece, but you’d better hurry – apparently alcoholic preserves are very popular. You’ll find Fenwick at 63 New Bond Street, W1S 1RQ.

Georgie Hoole

Georgie Hoole

Georgie is Deputy Editor at Secret London. She loves a trendy café and is all too familiar with the extortionate price of a coffee in the capital. She enjoys the finer things in life (like red wine on a school night and eating Ben and Jerry's straight from the tub) and hasn't quite grasped the concept of adulthood yet.