Tulley's Jam: 2 jars per month for a year
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Lot Number:27
Start Time:2/5/2021 8:00:00 PM
End Time:2/8/2021 5:28:42 AM
Bid Count:11
Winning User:FattyGirl
Starting Bid:$50.00
Bid Increment:$10.00
Current Bid:$150.00
Add On Total:$0.00

Value of $220

Two 8 oz jars of jam of your choice per month for a year, valid March 2021 to February 2022.  Jam must be picked up from Tulley's by appointment.


Kelseyville, CA 95451


Small batch sweet and savory jams in unique flavors.


Tulley’s Jam is located in Kelseyville California. All our jams are made with organic fruit grown from our small family orchard or from local farms in Kelseyville, Sonoma or Petaluma California. Our jams are all natural. Tulley’s jam offers low sugar options in many of our most popular flavors.

Our jams are not just for breakfast. Try one of our savory flavors paired with your favorite cheese or add it to your charcuterie board for a truly enjoyable treat.

We accept cash, PayPal and Venmo. Check us out on Facebook @ Tulley’s Jam


Apricot and Apricot Low Sugar                                                                                                                             

Apricot Pineapple                                                                                   

Apricot Rosemary with cracked black pepper (pair with your favorite cheese)

Apple Bourbon Butter

Apple Cardamom and Apple Cardamon Low Sugar              

Blackberry Whiskey

Blueberry Bourbon

Cherry Chocolate (fantastic on vanilla ice cream or pound cake)           

Pear Vanilla Bean Low Sugar (my sister eats this one straight out of the jar)        

Pear and Pear Low Sugar

Peach Bellini and Peach Bellini Low Sugar

Tomato (grown-up ketchup, great on grilled meat or with your favorite cheese)

Peach Amaretto and Peach Amaretto Low Sugar                                                   

Peach Rosemary with cracked black pepper (pair with your favorite cheese)        

Peach Thyme with cracked black pepper (pair with your favorite cheese)

Peach/Plum Low Sugar                                                                          

Golden Plum and Golden Plum Vanilla Bean        

Nectarine Peach      


Pear Chocolate

Cranberry Butter (fantastic with your holiday turkey or your favorite cheese)

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PO Box 967
Lakeport, California 95453
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