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Friday, September 22, 2006
Manchester: A jam maker has marked its 125th anniversary by producing the world's most expensive marmalade.
F Duerr & Son's Fine Cut Seville Orange Marmalade with Whisky, Champagne and Gold costs £5,000 a jar.
That means it would cost an estimated £76 to spread on just one slice of toast, reports the Telegraph.
It contains finest Seville fruit with vintage Dalmore 62 whisky from Whyte & Mackay, valued at £32,000 per bottle, Pol Roger Cuv'e Sir Winston Churchill 1996 vintage champagne and flakes of 24-carat gold leaf.