Happy Holidays! 

SAP is on a short winter 'pause' on jam-making.

We have a small number of a few flavors on hand, but don't plan to make more until the New Year.


If you would like to order from the flavors currently listed as 'in stock' please reach out to us by message, email, or text/phone (617-776-6252) and we can confirm if we have what you are looking for on hand. We are also pausing deliveries, but you are welcome to come by for contact-free porch pick-up in Boxborough. 

- we are stocking 8oz jars, at present; all are $7 each

Currently on-hand (only a few jars of each):

Rasperine Jam - brand new this year! Raspberries, Nectarines, White Peaches

Peach Preserves - pure peeled peaches (my fav on biscuits)

Southern Comfort Jam (spicy peach preserves + ginger)

Vanilla Peach Jelly - made from peels (we try not to waste!), we've been told it tastes like marshmallows

Concord Grape Jelly - purest fall flavor, and SO different from 'store' jelly (purple-colored sugar)

Mulled Apple Jelly - perhaps our most versatile, equally good on pancakes or with a cheese plate

Queen's Jam - an all-time fav: Raspberry+Blueberry+Blackcurrant, a balanced jar of berry goodness

Salty Dog Jelly - think 'margarita in jelly form' - great for charcuterie boards, with wine, & in cocktails

Barking Dog Jelly - the spicy version of Salty Dog... it bites back!

Black 'n Blue - a 'happy accident' flavor that is less sweet than blueberry, and less seedy than blackberry

Crabapple with a Kick - our spiciest jelly, made with our own peppers and juice from our 100+ year old crabapples

Cinnamon Crabapple Jelly - our son's favorite, perfect for toast, and also makes a mean cool-weather cocktail

Our biggest request is that anyone who is in a position to do so, please find ways to support other

local businesses, and also the essential workers who are risking their own health to support the rest of us.

While we are happy to provide jam as a source of local food, we are fortunate to have 'day jobs'

that support our household, and thus are not dependent on jam sales for our livelihood.

But we are investing considerable funds (more than our jam sales, by far) to support the local economy, and our neighbors.

If you are able, please consider similar options available to you!

Order directly from the site, or email us at info@stowawaypreserves.com for more info!

We're grateful for this Beacon article for highlighting our local, low sugar, and community-centric philosophies.



prolific Concord grapes