Inspired by @elmospimpingme.
  1. Strawberry rhubarb jam
    My grandma got this for me for Mother's Day. I could eat it with a spoon. (I didn't. Instead I generously shared it with my guests. The rest is for me though.)
  2. Black currant jam
    Especially on brown bread or soda bread
  3. Orange marmalade (thick cut, bitter)
    Love this brand in particular. Feels unfair to give this third place. Let's call the first three a tie.
  4. Lingonberry jam
    Pretty sure I was introduced to this by IKEA. It's delicious.
  5. Raspberry / apricot / blackberry jams
    My standard, go-to jams. Cheap enough, easy to find, consistently good.
  6. Gooseberry jam
    I eat this at my grandma's house because she serves it and I love her. It's not bad but not my favorite.
  7. Strawberry jam
    Too stringy
  8. Blueberry jam
    Too squishy
  9. Grape jelly
    Avoid at all costs