The Granny Cool Family started the journey of waking up the nations toast in October 2012. Toaster by toaster we are spreading our belief that, 'life's too short for boring on toast...'
Granny Cool are extremely proud that our yummy handmade preserves reach the shop shelves without compromising one ounce of integrity of how the product has been made for over three generations.
We hand cut all the fresh fruit that goes into every award winning, fabulous jar of our yummy preserves and each batch is made using the traditional homemade method of open pans! No closed lids for us...Hooray!
Hand cut, hand made, hand filled!
“the lovely guys at the Guild of Fine Food love it so much they’ve given us TWO great taste awards!”
A true classic. A perfect, happy balance of Oranges, Lemons and Grapefruit.
A taste of the festive season in a jar all year round.
Not just for Bread. Makes a brilliant glaze for any meat! Packed with fresh zingy Oranges and lemons and over loaded with stemmed Ginger.
Sublime Lime - enough said!
Literally could not get any more Lemons into the jar to give your tongue a fantastic experience. You're welcome!
Bringing the tropical to your toast
If you love Ginger, then this is a must taste. Packed full to the brim of stemmed Ginger - we had to sit on the lid to close it!
British Cows are super pleased to be able to lay claim to participating in the making of this luscious Lime, buttery Curd.
Selfridges & Co.
“We are pleased to be working with Granny Cool it is great to see a traditional product with a great modern branding”
Kylie - 'toast eater'
“Best curds ever! I used to make my own, but now I've found you, no need!”
Dean & Deluca
“It is very rare that a product both looks and tastes fantastic but Granny Cool has managed it. The lemon curd in particular is stunning!”
Our very own Granny Cool has been making scrummy preserves forever and always lovingly handed them out to family and friends.
“When we asked the inspirational Granny Richardson aka Granny Cool for a picture of herself for the website, the eighty something handed us a picture of herself in her twenties! Go granny...”