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Frank Coopers Vintage Coarse Cut Oxford Marmalade 16 oz (454g)

Frank Coopers Vintage Coarse Cut Oxford Marmalade 16 oz (454g)
SKU: FJM_FKC_VOXM
MPN: COO02
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    With its strong, robust flavour, Frank Cooper is the UK's favourite brand of premium marmalade
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    Imported from the UK, Frank Cooper's is a brand for real marmalade connoisseurs. Inspired by the original Sarah Jane Cooper's 1874 recipe, this vintage marmalade is made using a dark, seriously intense coarse cut Seville orange marmalade.

    Carrying as it does the Royal Warrant, Frank Cooper's marmalade has been standard fare at British embassies the world over. The Queen herself also admits to enjoying Frank Cooper's at breakfast.

    Net Weight: 16 ounces (454 grams)

    Ingredients: Glucose-Fructose Syrup, Seville Oranges, Sugar, Concentrated Orange Juice, Caramelised Sugar, Acid: Citric Acid, Gelling Agent: Pectin, Acidity Regulator: Sodium Citrate

  • Additional Information
    Clearance Non-Clearance
    Country Of Origin United Kingdom
    Lowest Bulk Price 6.99
    Season Everyday
    Size 454g
    Product Type Marmalade
    Flavor Orange
    Left Overlay Image made-uk-prod.png
    Brand Frank Coopers
  • 8 Reviews

    8 Reviews

    • 5
      THE BEST

      Posted by olive on May 18th 2019

      This is the best Marmalade..I used it in U.K.and i use it here. Thank goodness for the English Tea Store,so i am still able to purchase it...

    • 5
      Delicious!

      Posted by Anansi on Jul 14th 2018

      Always love Cooper’s and this was no exception. Just as we like it - not too sweet. Wrapped in bubble wrap and in perfect condition. Would order again.

    • 4
      Still the best marmalade, but much less so than originally.

      Posted by Dr. M on Jun 16th 2018

      When Frank Cooper was an independent company their Vintage Marmalade was, without question, the best marmalade in the world. It won the prestigious Draeger's of California marmalade tasting competition easily every year, and it was supplied to connoisseurs, including my family, in many countries. It contained only two ingredients: Seville Oranges and sugar. Each jar was densely packed with thick pieces of premium orange peel, cooked slowly to a jewel-like translucency. The proportion of fruit to sugar was not listed on the label, but I would estimate it as at least 60%. The year of preserving was listed on the label, as it would be for an estate-bottled wine. Soon after Cooper's was acquired by a larger company (now the Hain Daniels Group), I noticed that the fruit content was listed as 50%, and two ingredients were added to the jar: Citric acid, and pectin, for a total of four. The vintage year disappeared from the label, and the marmalade was far less charactered. The marmalade sent to me in this shipment has 10 ingredients, 8 of which are there only to dilute the quality of the product and extend its shelf life. One of them is that most-hated and transparently deleterious additive, Fructose Corn Syrup, which has no business being added to orange marmalade. The proportion of fruit to the now-3 sugar ingredients is 40%. The gel around the fruit is now glutinous, syrupy, and light-years less intense than the original Frank Cooper's Vintage Marmalade. Of course the same process has been applied to all mass-produced preserves, so this marmalade is still superior to many others by a whisker. But if you want real vintage marmalade like the original Frank Cooper's, you will have to make it yourself or buy your preserves from one of the many small artisan firms that have sprung up in America and the U.K. to serve the people who care about high quality products. All mass marketers are focused only on the cheapest price and the largest number; They are mired in their childhood estimation of value, and don't understand that there will always be a market for high quality products, even at erstwhile-unthinkable prices. Caveat Emptor!

    • 5
      The real thing.

      Posted by Bob on Mar 10th 2018

      I had ordered what was SUPPOSED to be this product on Amazon about a year ago, had NO orange peel at all. This product is the real thing, lots of peel, great taste, was what I expected. A good company, and a great product.

    • 5
      Outstanding strong flavored marmelade

      Posted by David on Jul 17th 2017

      I always have a supply on hand and the English Tea store has helped me achieve that! Order 6 at a time to get this great price.

    • 5
      Great product

      Posted by Tim on Apr 21st 2017

      This is the best marmalade ever. I have missed it these last 45 years in the USA. Delivery was fast and efficient. Rumor has it that it was the marmalade preferred by James Bond. That makes sense.

    • 5
      Best marmalade

      Posted by Mike B on Jan 2nd 2017

      Thick and not too sweet.

    • 4
      good bitter/sweet marmalade

      Posted by jadzia on Dec 12th 2016

      I like the coarse cut marmalade which is not to sweet. I would like it even better with more rinds in it

Imported from the UK, Frank Cooper's is a brand for real marmalade connoisseurs. Inspired by the original Sarah Jane Cooper's 1874 recipe, this vintage marmalade is made using a dark, seriously intense coarse cut Seville orange marmalade.

Carrying as it does the Royal Warrant, Frank Cooper's marmalade has been standard fare at British embassies the world over. The Queen herself also admits to enjoying Frank Cooper's at breakfast.

Net Weight: 16 ounces (454 grams)

Ingredients: Glucose-Fructose Syrup, Seville Oranges, Sugar, Concentrated Orange Juice, Caramelised Sugar, Acid: Citric Acid, Gelling Agent: Pectin, Acidity Regulator: Sodium Citrate

Clearance Non-Clearance
Country Of Origin United Kingdom
Lowest Bulk Price 6.99
Season Everyday
Size 454g
Product Type Marmalade
Flavor Orange
Left Overlay Image made-uk-prod.png
Brand Frank Coopers

8 Reviews

  • 5
    THE BEST

    Posted by olive on May 18th 2019

    This is the best Marmalade..I used it in U.K.and i use it here. Thank goodness for the English Tea Store,so i am still able to purchase it...

  • 5
    Delicious!

    Posted by Anansi on Jul 14th 2018

    Always love Cooper’s and this was no exception. Just as we like it - not too sweet. Wrapped in bubble wrap and in perfect condition. Would order again.

  • 4
    Still the best marmalade, but much less so than originally.

    Posted by Dr. M on Jun 16th 2018

    When Frank Cooper was an independent company their Vintage Marmalade was, without question, the best marmalade in the world. It won the prestigious Draeger's of California marmalade tasting competition easily every year, and it was supplied to connoisseurs, including my family, in many countries. It contained only two ingredients: Seville Oranges and sugar. Each jar was densely packed with thick pieces of premium orange peel, cooked slowly to a jewel-like translucency. The proportion of fruit to sugar was not listed on the label, but I would estimate it as at least 60%. The year of preserving was listed on the label, as it would be for an estate-bottled wine. Soon after Cooper's was acquired by a larger company (now the Hain Daniels Group), I noticed that the fruit content was listed as 50%, and two ingredients were added to the jar: Citric acid, and pectin, for a total of four. The vintage year disappeared from the label, and the marmalade was far less charactered. The marmalade sent to me in this shipment has 10 ingredients, 8 of which are there only to dilute the quality of the product and extend its shelf life. One of them is that most-hated and transparently deleterious additive, Fructose Corn Syrup, which has no business being added to orange marmalade. The proportion of fruit to the now-3 sugar ingredients is 40%. The gel around the fruit is now glutinous, syrupy, and light-years less intense than the original Frank Cooper's Vintage Marmalade. Of course the same process has been applied to all mass-produced preserves, so this marmalade is still superior to many others by a whisker. But if you want real vintage marmalade like the original Frank Cooper's, you will have to make it yourself or buy your preserves from one of the many small artisan firms that have sprung up in America and the U.K. to serve the people who care about high quality products. All mass marketers are focused only on the cheapest price and the largest number; They are mired in their childhood estimation of value, and don't understand that there will always be a market for high quality products, even at erstwhile-unthinkable prices. Caveat Emptor!

  • 5
    The real thing.

    Posted by Bob on Mar 10th 2018

    I had ordered what was SUPPOSED to be this product on Amazon about a year ago, had NO orange peel at all. This product is the real thing, lots of peel, great taste, was what I expected. A good company, and a great product.

  • 5
    Outstanding strong flavored marmelade

    Posted by David on Jul 17th 2017

    I always have a supply on hand and the English Tea store has helped me achieve that! Order 6 at a time to get this great price.

  • 5
    Great product

    Posted by Tim on Apr 21st 2017

    This is the best marmalade ever. I have missed it these last 45 years in the USA. Delivery was fast and efficient. Rumor has it that it was the marmalade preferred by James Bond. That makes sense.

  • 5
    Best marmalade

    Posted by Mike B on Jan 2nd 2017

    Thick and not too sweet.

  • 4
    good bitter/sweet marmalade

    Posted by jadzia on Dec 12th 2016

    I like the coarse cut marmalade which is not to sweet. I would like it even better with more rinds in it

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