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Oxford Marmalade


Very dark, coarse, marmalade made with Seville oranges. Boiled until the sugar begins to caramelise, giving the dark colour.

Associated with the former Oxford company of Frank Coopers since about 1900.

Oxford Marmalade was one of the items taken on Scott's Last Expedition.

Alden's Oxford Guide, 1903


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