HAWKSHEAD Relish has launched three new jams for spring after a busy Winter period of development.

The exuberance of nature is contagious, which is why Mark Whitehead has spent the winter months busily developing and refining a trio of new jams to sit alongside the company’s existing range of delicious conserves.

Each new product has been carefully crafted to help make your breakfast toast truly memorable, add a touch of decadence to your home baking with vibrant, colourful, and tasty flavour combinations.

The new jam flavours are priced at £2.99 and include Blackberry and Apple, Rhubarb and Ginger and Strawberry and Rhubarb. All are handmade in the English Lake District and will be available to buy online and at selected retailers across the UK from Monday May 10.

Blackberry & Apple Jam (225g):

This rich, dark and fruity soft set jam will really brighten up your breakfast and add a lift to your puddings. Why not try stirring into your fruit crumble mixture before baking for added sweetness.

Rhubarb & Ginger Jam (220g):

Packed with delicious rhubarb and finished with a subtle hint of ginger, creating a deliciously sweet but tart jam that will leave you wanting more. Try using it as a compote with your breakfast yoghurt or simply serve over ice cream for a totally indulgent treat.

Strawberry & Rhubarb Jam (220g):

Pack with strawberries this soft unctuous jam packs a real rhubarb punch with a subtle note of redcurrant for added depth of flavour. Just the thing to enjoy with some clotted cream on a warm butter scone as part of your afternoon tea routine.

Mark Whitehead MBE, managing director of Hawkshead Relish said: "I wanted to create a selection of jams that would complement our existing range and provide home cooks with some interesting flavour combinations to experiment with in their baking and dessert creations, as well as providing a little lift to people’s breakfast routine.

"Hopefully, we’ve achieved that with these three distinctively different flavour combinations, which firmly complement our existing collection of jams and conserves.’’