Our limited Edition Marmalade Mug to celebrate this years 10th Anniversary Festival.
£8.00 – £22.00
The NEW Mansions, Boots & Boats ticket allows the holder to enjoy not only one, but TWO fantastic attractions in the Lake District. The ticket includes entry to Dalemain Mansion & Historic Gardens, as well as a 'Cruise All Pier' day pass on the Ullswater 'Steamers'. The Mansions, Boots & Boats ticket is available ONLINE ONLY, and should be collected from the attraction with whom you placed the order (i.e. If the ticket is bought on the Dalemain website, you would need to collect the ticket(s) from the Dalemain Shop before visiting either attraction). You will need to bring the confirmation of the order with you in order to collect your ticket. Please note that Child tickets can only be bought in conjunction with an Adult ticket. The Dalemain Shop is open from Sunday-Thursday ONLY for ticket collection. For further details, please see the full product description below.
The perfect bag for transporting your marmalade!
Our trio gift set of Dalemain Marmalades makes a perfect present for any occasion! Each gift set contains three 112g jars of marmalade from our Collection, which may be a different combination from those pictured.
The only colour mug we like to drink from at Dalemain!
Inspired by Syria’s Narenj Trees (bitter orange) #8YearsGone since the beginning of the Syrian conflict, but Syrian lives continue to be shattered. MarmalAid is a small reminder of the beautiful tastes of Syria that once delighted our palettes and enchanted our senses. The new, handmade, limited edition of MarmalAid is delicately infused with the scent of roses to conjure the memory of the beautiful roses found in every Damascene home. The marmalade recipe is inspired by Syria's Narenj trees (bitter orange) which grow in the courtyards of old Damascus houses. PRODUCT A medium-cut bitter orange marmalade infused with rosewater and made by award winning Wild and Fruitful, a Cumbria-based jam maker. You can enjoy MarmalAid on buttery toast, make cocktails with it, or even use it to glaze a ham; it can add a delicious bitter orange rosewater infusion to even the simplest dish. 220g.
Written by Frances Wilkins, this book tells the story of 100 Dalemain roses. From the Author: "There are more than 100 roses in the gardens at Dalemain. These were bred by people living in the UK, Europe and the Americas. This book considers the roses in the context of their breeders. The result is the first in a series of stories about The History behind Rose Gardens."