Mayhaw Jelly

12 reviews

Uniquely Southern, this prized jelly is made from the fruit of mayhaw trees that typically grow in soggy swamplands. The tiny fruit (1/2 to 3/4 inches in diameter) resembles crabapples in appearance; the flavor reminds you of a blend of sweet apple with nuances of pineapple and mango; it tastes strongly of wild fruit and is the queen of jellies.

10 oz jar

Customer Reviews

Based on 12 reviews
Lisa Franklin
Mayhaw Jelly

Probably one of my favorite jellies. Bought some as gifts.

Marilyn Thomas

Delicious. Would definitely order again.

Staci Wolfford
Just ok

Not as flavorful as I’m used to with homemade.

Phillip Peterson
Mayhaw smiles

Have bought and thrown away about ten jars of mayhaw jelly. The previous jar of good mayhaw jelly was from a yard vendor twenty years ago in Florida. I decided the money back guarantee from Old Mill was incentive enough to at least try their mayhaw. Bought a jar. Tried it. Then bought a case more plus several other items. It’s as good a mayhaw as the best I ever had.

Mayhaw Jelly

First off I have liked all the jellies, jams and preserves I have bought or that have been gifted to me. Always liked Mayhaw jelly from my Aunt on biscuits when I was a kid. Was replacing the Triple berry and seen the Mayhaw, had to try yours. Very good! Great with butter and biscuits or muffins, even PB& J. Thank you

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