Tarset Valley Marmalade
Charlotte Loyd has been making her famous Tarset Valley Marmalade for twenty years and has built up a loyal following. It is made from Spanish Seville oranges, lemons, sugar and black treacle. The lemons add a zesty tang and the black treacle gives a deep caramel richness and colour. The secret ingredient is the pure spring water from the hills of the North Tyne Valley in the Northumberland National Park.
Hand made with natural ingredients
The marmalade is hand made in Charlotte's farmhouse kitchen from these simple ingredients. Nothing artificial or chemical is added. The favourite marmalade of explorer Ranulph Fiennes, it has won the Daily Mail Taste Test against such well known names as Frank Cooper and Marks & Spencer.
Where can I get the marmalade?
The marmalade is available in all the best Northumberland delis and farm shops :
- Blagdon Farm Shop
- Corbridge Larder
- Belsay Post Office
- Tully’s of Rothbury
- Fenwick's Food Hall
Several pubs and B&B's provide it for their guests, as well as the luxury Walwick Hall Hotel. The Northumberland Sausage Company has won a Guild of Fine Food Gold Award with their Tarset Marmalade & Red Onion Sausage.