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  • Made in Devon, by the Wallace family, who began beekeeping in 1949. Located in South Molton a small village south of Exmoor National Park. The bees forage across the hedgerows and pastures of North Devon. Their honey production is overseen by their head beekeeper who has a Masters of Excellence in Beekeeping.

    Benefits: Like other multi-floral honeys it contains antioxidants & vitamins. Can be helpful in soothing colds, and due to its anti-inflammatory & antiseptic properties, it can also help to reduce inflammation and infection.

    Tasting notes and tips: A clear honey made from pollen foraged by bees from the hedgerows and pasture fields across North Devon. This honey has a delicate aroma and a gentle sweetness with notes of lemon on the finish.

    Raw honey is not suitable during pregnancy or for children under 12 months old.

  • Available Sizes: 454g

    A mix of flowers from nearby Greenwich park and gardens, this honey is a mix wildflower, tree and garden flowers. Made by part time beekeeper Lynne Lim, in Charlton, London. Lynne’s a member of the Kent Bee-Keepers Association and has been producing honey for four years in the South East London area.

    Benefits: Rich in antioxidants it’s traditionally used to help relieve coughs and seasonal allergies hay fever. Like all honeys, it’s got antiseptic qualities and can be used on small cuts and grazes.

    Tasting notes and tips: A surprisingly rich flavour and deep colour.  This honey is fantastic on toasted teakcakes, swirled over tart Granny Smith apples and natural yogurt, or used as a natural sweetener for fruit compotes.

    Raw honey is not suitable during pregnancy or for children under 12 months old.

  • Made in Devon, by the Wallace family, who began beekeeping in 1949. Located in South Molton a small village south of Exmoor National Park. The bees forage across the hedgerows and pastures of North Devon. Their honey production is overseen by their head beekeeper who has a Masters of Excellence in Beekeeping.

    Benefits: Like other raw honeys it contains antioxidants & vitamins, plus the comb provides extra Vitamin A. Can help promote gum health, soothe colds, and due to its anti-inflammatory & antiseptic properties, also help reduce inflammation & infection.

    Tasting notes and tips: This delicate honeycomb is filled with honey made from the pollen of hedgerows, wildflowers and pasture fields of North Devon. Try it by the spoon, but it can also be wonderful with cheeses, or spread thickly on crumpets and toast. We like it topping a decadent dessert of cream and fresh summer fruits.

    Raw honey is not suitable during pregnancy or for children under 12 months old.

  • Available Sizes: 340g

    Ling Heather honey from Exmoor National Park, Devon, made by the Wallace family, who began beekeeping in 1949. Based in south of Exmoor, their honey production is overseen by their head beekeeper who has a Masters of Excellence in Beekeeping.

    ​Benefits: Heather honey is highly prized for its health and healing benefits as it’s rich in antioxidants and anti-bacterial properties. It’s traditionally used to treat digestive disorders and kidney infections.

    Tasting Notes & Tips: This honey has a highly perfumed aroma, strong heather notes, with a hint of caramel or Amaretto. A deep amber colour, it’s ‘medium bodied’ and sweet. We think it’s fab with cheese (anything with ‘bite’), game, toasted teacakes, porridge, and added to cakes or pastry recipes.

    Raw honey is not suitable during pregnancy or for children under 12 months old.

  • Available Sizes: 250g

    Made by John Lockwood, a honey producer based in Castle Douglas, Scotland. The pollen comes from flowers found in the Dumfries & Galloway region from spring onwards. The Scotch Bonnet chillies are grown in Galloway, and are gently heated to release their natural oils, added to the honey, and left to infuse for 7 -10 days.

    ​Benefits: Like all honeys it has antiseptic, and anti-oxidant properties. Chilli peppers
    are also thought to help reduce inflammation in joints and support the immune system.

    Tasting Notes & Tips: Scottish mixed blossom honey infused with Scotch Bonnet Chillies, one of the hottest chillies in the world. This honey has a peppery kick and burst of warmth on the tongue, along with the delicate sweetness of spring blossoms. A perfect balance of spice and delicate floral notes.

    Raw honey is not suitable during pregnancy or for children under 12 months old.

  • A set of two 42g jars of raw English honey from Sussex. One pot is a set honey, the other a clear honey.

    Benefits: Rich in antioxidants it’s traditionally used to help relieve coughs and colds. Like all honeys, it’s got antiseptic qualities and can be used on small cuts and grazes.

    Tasting notes and tips: A pale yellow colour, this honey is light and delicate with a rounded finish. We love it with salty, mild cheeses, on toast, or simply stirred into some Greek Yogurt with a smattering of fruit and flaked almonds.

    Our raw Sussex Honey is made from the wide range of wildflowers situated on the beautiful South Downs.  Harvested twice a year, the strength of flavor of the honey can vary depending on which harvest it’s from.

    Raw honey is not suitable during pregnancy or for children under 12 months old.


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