Organic Artisan Membrillo (Quince Jelly) from Cal Valls$9.95
- Organic quince preserve
- Made from quince fruit - similar to apples
- Delicious with Manchego cheese
- Size - 9.76 oz/276 g
Organic fresh fruit and cane sugar are the secret to Spain's finest membrillo. The key ingredient is quince, a medieval European predecessor to the apple. It has a delightful tart sweetness, somewhat similar to a cranberry.
This classic preserve is the perfect accompaniment to Manchego cheese. The tart sweetness perfectly balances the salty, sharp flavor of the cheese.
Produced in the artisan tradition by the Valls family of Catalonia, our membrillo is made with all natural ingredients - in fact, most of the products they create are made from organic ingredients and all are of the finest quality.
Refrigerate after opening.
NOTE: The "Best Before" date listed on the package for this product is listed in Spanish format with the day listed first, followed by the month and the year.
Quince*, raw cane sugar* and lemon juice*. * from organic farming.
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"We have missed this so much!"
Vicki - Lynchburg , VA January 2021
"Goes great with cheese!"
Boris - San Antonio, TX December 2020
Myrna - El Paso, TX October 2020
"The much easier to get guava does not compare with the unique taste of real quince (membrillo). Try it on bread and a soft (not strong tasting) cheese. A real treat!"
Fernando - Nashville, TN October 2020
"love the membrillo, great dessert natural tasting not very sweet great with tetilla, or manchego."
Romy - Daytona Beach, FL July 2019
Addys - Ringwood, NJ July 2019
Aida - Aurora , CO January 2019
"Love this quince-- will order a lot more next time."
patricia - dania, FL January 2019
"Love this paired with muenster cheese. Just like some of our restaurants do. Great taste"
Donna - Flushing, NY January 2018
Carmen - Cincinnati , OH January 2018
"excellent quality and taste, same as can be found in top restaurants "
el - yonkers, NY April 2017
"A wonderful addition to my cheese platter"
William - Paris, KY January 2017
"Difficult to spread. Flavor was wonderful!"
Concepcion - Hingham, MA January 2017
"very good but small package"
manuel - Brooklyn, NY May 2016
"Very good membrillo"
Edith - Citronelle, AL March 2016
"We do a great deal of international cooking and dearly love this quince jelly. "
Joy - Prescott, AZ February 2016
"Not too sweet"
Joaquin - Ringwood, NJ February 2016
"Good but not as good as the previous product I ordered in the past: it came packaged in a wooden box."
claire - san antonio, TX January 2016
"I very much enjoyed this jelly, but as a group, there were mixed reviews. I find it a sweet and tasty garnish with cheese and bread."
KRIS - Saint Petersburg, FL December 2015
"Good stuff! "
Ronald - Westport, OR December 2015
"Everyone liked it at Thanksgiving "
Karen - Findlay, OH December 2015
"A GOOD CHOICE TO GO WITH SOME OF THE CHEESES."
Mariano - Lancaster, PA October 2015
"Membrillo is not to be spread as an American jelly. Slice it and serve with baby manchego and you will understand how wonderful this is."
Wendy - Gales Ferry November 2013
"Membrillo is not really made to be spread; normally, it is cut into a slice (as in picture) and served with a slice of soft cheese (very young manchego or tetilla), as a dessert to be eaten with knife and fork. This product is excellent and delicious!"
Mauricio - Wayland May 2013
Liliya - Swampscott February 2013
"While the taste was good the jelly is tough to spread/use. "
Kristine - Hinsdale, Massachusetts January 2013
"This spread is delicious, elegant flavor!"
Kathy - December 2011
"Enjoyed it with cheese and spread on crackers or toast."
Anthony - October 2011