Concord Grape Jam
American as apple pie?? Maybe that should be as American as concord grape! The concord grape was first identified as a cultivar in 1849 by Ephraim Bull in Concord, MA. It was chosen from over 20,000 seedlings and was cultivated from wild american native grapes. Almost every kid growing up in the states develops a taste & smell for concord grapes as they're used in some of the most common grape jellies & juices made. But our Concord Grape Jam is anything but common. Keeping not only the juice, but also the skins of the grapes, we've created a flavor explosion of grape that will ring your taste buds and have them singing for more. VERY limited production of only 20 cases, so grab a jar while you can!
Ingredients: vine-ripened concord grapes, organic cane sugar, organic lemon juice