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  • Available Sizes: 250g / 500g

    Benefits: A gentle honey, great for children. It may also help to keep your liver and intestines healthy, and its antibacterial properties have traditionally been used to help with any respiratory ailments.

    Tasting Notes & Tips:  A  sweet, mild flavour, with a velvety texture. Great for sweetening teas, paired with salty hard cheeses (like Pecorino, or Parmesan), or for roasting with root veg. The Acacia tree is prominent feature of the Novara region of Italy.

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

  • Available Sizes: 250g

    Raw Alpine Flowers Honey – ‘Flora Alpina’

    Benefits:Traditionally used as a tonic to calm nerves and is thought to be beneficial in soothing Arthritis.

    Tasting Notes & Tips: A light colour, with a delicate, floral flavour. Its aromatic properties are fantastic with traditional northern Italian dishes such as prosciutto ham with fresh figs. We also like it with sweet (dolce) Gorgonzola or other salty, mild cheeses. Alpine flowers are found high up in the alps in the Valsesia area of Piedmont. This honey is prized because the flowers are only in bloom for a short time and are often ruined by high winds or sudden downpours.

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

  • Available Sizes: 500g

    A medium grain rice, with a natural black colouring. Due to it’s density boil for approximately 45 minutes. Try it as a risotto with shellfish or cheese, or as part of a salad, add some lentils, bacon, and avocado and you’re good to go.

  • Available Sizes: 250g

    Benefits: Make into a tea to sooth when you’re under the weather. Like all honeys it has antiseptic qualities and can be used on small cuts and grazes.

    Tasting Notes & Tips: ​A dark, rich, fruity honey. It’s got a smooth, almost soothing flavour. We inhale crumpets covered with it, and also like it drizzled over natural yogurt with some nuts and dried fruit on the side. This honey comes from cherry trees in the Monferrato region (well known for its truffles and wine). 

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

  • Available Sizes: 250g / 500g

    Benefits: ​Chestnut flower honey may be beneficial for supporting circulation and may help to sooth muscle spasms.

    Tasting Notes & Tips: A dark, almost woody honey, with a smokey quality to it. It’s not as sweet as other honeys, so is good as a glaze for roasts, or with blue cheeses and plenty of bread! The trees are found high up in the Alps in the Valsesia are of Piedmont.

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

  • Available Sizes: 500g

    A gluten and wheat free flour, it’s used a lot in Indian cuisine. We like to make Onion Bhajis or Italian Farinata with it (a light batter with olive and water, that’s rested for 6+ hours, and then baked in the oven to produce a devilishly moreish thick pancake like snack.

  • Available Sizes: 1kg

    A fine yellow powder, corn flour is milled from the whole kernel of corn. Wheat and gluten free, it’s great for thickening sauces, or if you’re us, Polenta.

  • Available Sizes: 250g

    Produced over the summer in beautiful Southern Sweden. Made by our Slow Food producer, Viktoria Bassani, who has been producing honey from her hives since 2005. She uses traditional methods, ensuring the preservation of as much flavour and aroma as possible.

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

    Tasting Notes & Tips: A warm yellow colour, this smooth and silky creamed honey has a deep, intense flavour. We like this honey with sourdough toast, hot cross buns, and crumpets. Warmed slightly, it's a great drizzle for a sponge cake, or over roasted fruits such as peaches.

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

  • Available Sizes: 250g

    Produced early in the season in beautiful Southern Sweden, when fruit trees including apple, pear, plum & cherry, and the first wildflowers are in blossom. Made by Slow Food producer, Viktoria Bassani, who has been producing honey from her hives since 2005. She uses traditional methods, ensuring the preservation of as much flavour and aroma as possible.

    ​Benefits: Like other wildflower 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 & Tips: Pale, shimmering pearl colour (‘Pärlehonung’ means Pearl Honey in Swedish), with a silky, creamy texture. Light and floral on the palate, with hints of sherbet and lemon on the finish. We love it on toast & think it makes an excellent glaze for light sponge cakes.

    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 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: 1kg

    A hard grain flour, with a courser texture than 00 flour and a deep yellow colour. A tough flour with almost elasticity, makes it ideal for bread and pasta.

  • Available Sizes: 250g / 500g

    Benefits: Like all honeys it has antiseptic qualities and can be used on small cuts and grazes. It’s also thought to be helpful when you’ve got a dose of the flu or want to support the body’s immune system.

    Tasting Notes & Tips: Dark and thick, with an intense taste almost like molasses, but less cloyingly sweet. Use to make your own Barbecue Sauce or try with natural or Greek yogurt. 

    Originating from the Monferrato region of Piedmont (famed for its truffles and wine), Honeydew, also known as ‘Forest Honey’, is made by small insects who ingest plant sap found in tree leaves. They leave behind a sugary liquid on the leaves after digesting the sap. Bees then collect the sap and process it into a dark, intensely flavoured honey. 

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


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