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Rhubarb & Gin Chutney


Sweet, fruity chutney with a hint of London dry gin.


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Zingy rhubarb meets aromatic London dry gin in our Rhubarb & Gin Chutney. Fruity and sweet with botanical notes and just a hint of warm stem ginger. This versatile chutney complements various cheeses such as Black Bomber, Red Storm, Bouncing Berry, and Ginger Spice. This chutney can also be used to add flair to charcuterie platters and elevate recipes.

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Nutritional Information

Typical Nutrition Per 100g

Energy 265kcal / 1130kJ
Fat 0.0g
of which saturated fats 0.0g
Carbohydrates 64.0g
of which sugars 64.0g
Protein 0.3g
Salt 0.0g


Sugar, Rhubarb 34%, Gin 5%, Stem Ginger 1%, Concentrated Lemon Juice, Concentrated Redcurrant Juice, Gelling Agent (Fruit Pectin, Juniper Oil)

Dietary Information

Suitable for Vegans
Suitable for Vegetarians
Suitable for Coeliacs

Delivery Information

Orders are usually delivered within 1-3 days from receipt of order. We offer FREE delivery for orders over £35. A delivery charge of £6 applies to all orders under £35.

We deliver to mainland UK, excluding PO Boxes, Northern Ireland and the Scottish Highlands and Islands.

For more information, please see our Delivery FAQs.

Please take care to provide the correct full delivery address (including postcode) as we can’t re-deliver any consignments sent to an incorrect address All non-delivered consignments are destroyed as they contact fresh goods. In this circumstance the customer would be required to reorder the product/s at their cost & pay for any associated shipping.

Every order is packaged carefully with ice in a recyclable cardboard box to ensure it arrives in the best possible condition. See our Quintessential Hamper unboxing video as an example of how your hamper will arrive.

Cheese Preparation Guide

Our cheeses are famous for their jewel-coloured wax casings – not only do they look good, but they keep the cheese tasting delicious, retain all-important moisture and help preserve it, too. Here are our recommendations for preparing waxed cheeses to serve.

First, remove the cheese from the fridge and allow it to reach room temperature before cutting into it. This softens the wax slightly and cheese also tastes better when it’s not fridge-cold.

Next, remove the sticky labels. To make a good, clean slice, make sure you always use a very sharp knife.

Watch the full cheese cutting guide video here

Snowdonia Cheese Cutting Guide

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