The Pacific Northwest offers excellent climates for growing lavender, especially in the rain shadow east of the Olympic Mountains. We take fragrant lavender blossoms from the Olympic Peninsula to make the tea we use for our Lavender Jelly. As many of our customers say, it tastes the way lavender smells. It makes a great, distinctive gift.
Try this jelly on scones or English muffins, on cheese platters, or stirred into hot tea.
Ingredients: Lavender tea (lavender and water), sugar, lemon juice and pectin.
The lavender jelly made by Woodring's is one of my favorite jellies/jams/spreads of all time. It is subtle and unique, I always have to have a jar of it in the house.
I was in Seattle visiting friends and discovered this little jar awesomeness at a West Seattle street market. It is now a staple in my kitchen. Several friends who I've had try this jelly are immediately experience a foodgasm.