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  • Available sizes: 340g

    Benefits: May be beneficial in soothing and suppressing muscle spasms. Rich in Vitamin C, it’s traditionally used to support the immune system and treat flu. Like all honeys it has anti-inflammatory & anti-septic properties.

    Tasting notes and tips: Orange blossom honey is gentle and sweet, with orange notes on the finish. A rich golden colour and velvet texture, it’s fantastic for cake baking (hello, orange drizzle) or sweet and sour cooking. Try it with yogurt and granola, in ice-tea, with duck, or simply on toast. Rich in fructose and glucose, this honey will crystallise easily.

    Provenance: This honey comes from natural orange blossom groves in Southern Spain, predominately Catalonia and Valencia.

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

  • Benefits: Thought to be beneficial for the digestion and associated ailments, including nausea and indigestion. It’s also thought to help blood circulation. Like all honeys it’s anti-inflammatory and a natural antiseptic.

    Tasting notes and tips:One of the rarest honeys, it’s prized for its thick, velvet texture and vibrant, fresh flavour. It has a rich frangipane aroma, and the a sweet almond taste, followed by subtle notes of liquorice. Pair with breads, yogurt and hot toddies, or try it with stir-frys, or as a glaze for fish.

    Provenance: Made from organic coriander fields in North-East Bulgaria. The nectar of coriander is highly dependent on weather conditions, which means the plant produces it every five to six years and is why it’s considered one of the rarest in the world.

     

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

  • Benefits: Like all raw honeys, it’s highly antiseptic and anti-inflammatory. Use on skin to heal wounds, or ingest to sooth coughs and colds. Lavender is also thought to be beneficial for muscle spasms, insomnia and reduction of inflammation in muscles and joints.

    Tasting notes and tips: A light gold medium bodied honey, rich in aroma, with notes of floral, scented lavender. Sweet, with a delicate acidity on the finish. Wonderful with soft goat’s cheeses, teas and plain yogurt. Also try with roast lamb dishes, or in cakes and desserts.

    Provenance: Made in the Dobrudja region of North-East Bulgaria, the bees are foraging from organic lavender fields. Bulgaria has a rich heritage in beekeeping and honey production, due to its climate and rich diversity in flora and fauna.

     

     

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

  • Benefits: Thought to have healing properties for gаѕtrоintеѕtіnаl and rеѕріratоrу ailments. It’s also considered as beneficial for kіdnеуѕ, heart, and circulation. Like all raw honey it helps heal wounds, burns and skin conditions, and supports the immune system.

    Tasting notes and tips: A beautiful amber colour & not particularly floral, this honey is subtly sweet, with a gentle note of lemony acidity on the finish. The perfect breakfast honey – great on toast, yogurt or even porridge. Otherwise try it with poached pairs, roasted plums or peaches, and cheeses (mild to medium).

    Provenance: Made in the Dobrudja region of North-East Bulgaria, the bees are foraging from organic sunflower fields. Bulgaria has a rich heritage in beekeeping and honey production, due to its climate and rich diversity in flora and fauna.

     

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

  • Benefits:  Raw honey 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.

    Provenance: 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.

     

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

  • Available Sizes: 340g

    ​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.

    Provenance: 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.

     

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

  • Available Sizes: 250g

    A blend of 94% Acacia honey and 6% pure fruit or spice. No added sugars in the fruit, and all the benefits of a honey.

    Tasting Notes & Tips: We’re converts to honey creme and like to use it like a jam. Try it on toast, in a Victoria Sponge, or with vanilla ice cream, natural yogurt, or even porridge! This stuff is great if you’re not a big honey fan.

    Our honey cremes are available in the following varieties:

    – Apricot – ‘Albicocca’
    – Blueberry – ‘Mirtillo’
    – Wild Strawberry – ‘Fragola di Bosco’
    – Lemon – ‘Limone’
    – Cinnamon – ‘Cannella’

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

  • Available Sizes: 250g

    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.

  • 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.

    Provenance: 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.

  • Available Sizes: 340g

    ​Benefits: Contains high traces of protein, plus Vitamins B2, B3, B6, B9, Vitamin C, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and zinc. May be beneficial for your immune system, and has been traditionally used as a hangover cure! It also contains antioxidants, which may help with anti-inflammation processes in the body.

    Tasting Notes & Tips: An amber colour, with an intense floral flavour and a resinous texture. The depth of  flavour makes it a fabulous with bread, toasts and cheeses. Also try it in cordials, smoothies and teas.

    Provenance: This honey comes from the Leatherwood Eucryphia Lucida tree, and is endemic to western Tasmania, Australia. The province boasts some of the world’s most cleanest air and water, and most ancient and unspoiled forests.

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

  • Available sizes: 340g

    Benefits: Like all raw honey it is a natural anti-septic and has high anti-inflammatory properties. Could also be beneficial for the treatment of colds, coughs and sore throats. It is also thought to reduce burns and scars when applied to the skin.

    Tasting notes and tips: This honey would work well with yogurt, on porridge, or with poached fruit such as pairs, apples. Pair with cinnamon, cloves and star anise flavours. Try it as a glaze for Gammon and duck. It would also work well in cakes and bakes.

    Provenance: Raw, pure honey from the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico, South America, which is surrounded by beaches and populated with rich, tropical flora and fauna. It has a deep amber colour, with a smooth texture. This medium-strong honey has caramel sweet notes plus some acidity at the end. Made by Mexican Stingless Bees, who forage on wildflowers, plus nectar from thyme, avocado & cacti blossom.

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


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