Love a good cocktail but struggle to find mixers worthy of your top-shelf hooch? Consider Quince & Apple, the Madison, Wis.-based producer of syrups and preserves.
We love the undertones of ginger, orange and bay that make these spoonable preserves so great with smoked meats, duck, pork chops and sharp cheeses.
–Tina Ujlaki, Executive Food Editor, Food & Wine Magazine
A cheese board without Quince and Apple’s Pear with Honey and Ginger spread is like a Yorkie without a bow: a tad underdressed.
Up your Thanksgiving condiment game. [Shallot Confit and Red Wine], here red wine adds depth and acid to sweet, slow-cooked shallots.
Use the flavored simple syrups for something sweet, something savory or something totally sippable.
-Abby Larson of stylemepretty.com
Terrific for pairing with cheese or grilled meats.
Quince & Apple’s new rhubarb-hops syrup is almost too usable…Good luck keeping this one on the shelf.
[Figs and Black Tea is] uniquely interesting with magnificent chunks of fresh fig and back notes of slow-brewed black tea. Just a touch of sugar and lemon juice provides balance and the right amount of sweetness, keeping its applications versatile.
"Madison, Wisconsin’s Quince & Apple turns fresh produce into delectable small-batch preserves—the perfect complement to their state’s signature cheeses."
Fig & Black Tea Preserves: a perfect pairing … with Rush Creek Reserve [one of Wisconsin’s premier cheeses]
Call me the patron saint of Quince & Apple’s Door County Tart Cherry Grenadine because it’s a blessing I can’t help but pass on.
The syrups made by Madison’s Quince & Apple…are becoming a bit of an addiction.
Meet Matt and Clare, the delightful founders and faces behind Quince & Apple, one of our favorite makers for drink syrups and jams.