Hello. We’re Stefano and Sam. We love food, talk about it, cook it, and eat lots of it. We’re passionate about quality products that taste delicious.
One day we decided to stop talking about it and start doing it ourselves. Where to start? Well that was an easy one. Stefano’s from Piedmont Italy, and had a ready convert to the fantastic products the region produces, in me, Sam. With his insider knowledge of the best small producers in the area, we decided to start bringing interesting and tasty honey and honey cremes, as well as bee pollen and propolis to London.
We started in London food markets in November 2013 and love sharing our passion for our products. Oh, you should also know we’re keen on tastings and offering recipe tips.
We’re always looking for new products, from different locations.
We’re currently searching for small beekeepers and artisan honey producers to join our range.
If you’re a producer and would like to talk to us, or if you have any recommendations, please drop us a line via our contact page. Thanks!
Where to find us
Borough Market, Three Crown Square, SE1.
We’re open every day until Christmas Eve at Borough Market.
MONDAY – FRIDAY: 10AM – 5PM
SATURDAY: 9AM – 5PM
SUNDAY: 10AM – 4PM
CLOSED: 25th, 26th, 27th December.
RE-OPEN: 28th – 31st December.
This world famous market is a mecca for anyone interested in food – from street food to unusual ingredients to make your own dishes. We’ve spent many a happy afternoon in Borough as customers, and now we’re delighted to be there as traders. Find us in Three Crown Square, just off Stoney Street. We’re behind Ted’s Veg & opposite Raya.
If you have any queries, please pop by the shop or contact us via our Contact page.
Corona Virus Update.
We are OPEN at Borough Market 7 days a week. We’re following government guidelines and asking everyone who visits to wear a mask, unless exempt.
ONLINE ORDERS: Our online shop is open for UK and International orders. We’re shipping orders as fast as we can, please be aware shipping times and delivery speed are likely to be impacted by the ongoing pandemic.”