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“Jammed good!”

Jamworks Gourmet Foods
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Owner description: Jamworks Gourmet Foods Café & Larder is a fully licenced café. We can satisfy your taste buds with one or more of our 100 plus gourmet preserves. All our jams and preserves are 100% natural, gluten free and preservative free. We take pride in being able to use local and Australian produce in our products. All products are handmade in small batches.
Useful Information: Food available for purchase, Wheelchair access
Reviewed 10 January 2018

Stopped in here for a break during a long drive along the New England Highway. It was mid-afternoon and the place was quiet, so surprised our coffees took quite a while to arrive - and then we were brought cappuccinos rather than the flat whites we'd actually ordered. So, not a great start, but we were dead keen for coffee so just took the capps. Glad we did, as they were excellent, as were the oversized jam-drop biscuits we had with the coffee.
Reinvigorated by our cappuccinos, we then proceeded to check out their formidable range of produce (mostly local and mostly bearing their own JamWorks label). The line-up of jams was particularly impressive, including some unusual flavours like Cape Gooseberry and Rosella as well as personal favourites like Blood Plum, Cherry and Fig. Needless to say, we stocked up. It is fair to say that prices here are on the high side, but then they do call themselves a gourmet food company. And the cafe and display area do have an appropriately airy, upmarket feel.

Thank JElliot32
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JamworksGourmetFoods, Owner at Jamworks Gourmet Foods, responded to this reviewResponded 18 January 2018

Thanks for leaving a review.

Sorry for the delay with your coffee, the staff issue was addressed at the time to prevent any future delays.

Jamworks has over 120 products all made on site by the Jamworks team using where possible local produce. We agree our range is impressive .

Glad you enjoyed the tasting bar. Enjoy your purchases.

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Reviewed 8 January 2018

We had breakfast here and left with bottles of local preserves (which are fantastic). It had been a while since we've done the Granite Belt and Jamworks is a place that is well needed. Our breakfast was contemporary and really good (with gluten free options). A modern atmosphere with plenty of local goodies on display. Will definitely be visiting again.

Thank Lost_in_Utensils
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Reviewed 27 December 2017 via mobile

Gluten free options are excellent! As a coeliac I left with a happy tummy. Heaps of options to eat and also to purchase afterwards. Service and staff were excellent!

Thank Josie B
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Reviewed 19 December 2017

Nice food reasonably priced, service was good. The food was served promptly was hot and flavoursome, would have been 5 star,if they had their own BBQ sauce to have with the lovely chips, but they only make their own tomato sauce, still would have been 5 star if they had provided adequate sauce for the chips, in fairness we didn't ask for more. Well worth a visit.

Thank Dobbsygal
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Reviewed 4 December 2017 via mobile

We drove passed once but on a recommendation we retraced our steps to visit and so very glad.
The products and tasting samples so very extensive. But the icing on the cake was the oh so friendly staff with their knowledge and will do attitude made the experience memorable.
Not long before visiting we had had a big pub lunch but the whole experience was just too good to walk out and leave after making our purchases we decided to stay to enjoy a cuppa and jam drop.
Yum! We were not disappointed.
Thank you to all

Thank Rhonda S
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