Made of little flying berries.
Jam, you either love it or hate it. I love jam with bread, but I hate traffic jams. Haha!
This Cunliffe & Waters Summerberry Jam looks like the ones you put on bread, so I gave it a try.
I scooped one knife full, closed my eyes and tasted it.
I was having a nice picnic in a park. It’s summer and everyone is out. Or should I say everything, because even the little flying things are out. Yes, all the little insects are flying all over the place, waiting for the right opportunity to land on my face or buzz around my ears. And so are these little flying berries. Flying berries are these little berries, like blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, with tiny little wings. They look quite cute because they have a big body with little bee-like wings. Imagine those cute bee drawings that you find in children’s books.
Well, they are not cute when they are flying all around my face. Worse, they create this buzzing sound that makes me more stressed. Not what I had expected when I came to this park with my book hoping to have a quiet relaxing self-reading time, away from the kids.
Yes, got one! It’s a little blueberry.
Two more. Raspberry and strawberry.
Smack! Swot! Swat!
I even got a big one, a yellow flying lemon. These are the cutest because they can barely fly with their heavy body and little wings. But not cute when they are flying around me!
My hands were now full of berries and fruits. I licked it to clean it up. Hmm… This taste rather familiar. I can taste the slight tangy taste of the different berries. Unfortunately, that big lemon slightly spoil it slightly. There was lemon taste was slightly too strong. After the initial taste of the nice berries, it was lemony all through. The sweetness level was just right – slight sweet, slightly sour.
I opened my picnic basket. Took out my Cunliffe & Waters Summerberry Jam. I looked at the list of ingredients. Oh, what a coincidence! It’s made of the same ingredients as what I smacked and tasted.
Luckily, I did not smack any insects.
I bought this using my own money from Habitat, Singapore.