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Fresh Mango Orange Habanero Jam 8 oz half pint size. A delicious hot pepper jam that marries the island sweetness of fresh sun-ripened mango with spicy habanero peppers. Made with deliciously sweet ripe Mango fruit, fresh squeezed orange juice, red bell pepper and habanero peppers. Hotness scale says..you will remember me, but not burn your lips off.

Sensational flavour for your own homemade BBQ baste..just add to some balsamic vinegar, mix and baste your chicken on the grill. Sensational on goat or brie cheese or poured over cream cheese
It's like going to the islands for breakfast when you add this wonderful jam to your morning!
Beautiful colours...like a sunset on the beach

This listing is for one 8-oz. pint jar of this delicious jam. Jams are preserved through canning, and have a shelf life of one year stored in a cool place unopened. Please refrigerate after opening.

Order my delicious jams for a friend or relative and I will gladly ship directly to recipient and save you a trip to the post office. Gift baskets available!

Ingredients: Fresh ripe mango fruit, sugar, fresh squeezed orange juice, a touch of butter, red bell pepper, habanero peppers and natural pectin for thickening.

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: mango, habanero and red peppers, sugar, butter, natural pectin, orange juice
  • Ships from United States to select countries.
  • Feedback: 464 reviews
  • Favorited by: 577 people