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  • 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. 

    Provenance: Made by the Borzoni family in the northern Italian province of Piedmont. Originating from the Monferrato region(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.

  • Available sizes: 340g

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

    Tasting notes and tips: A dark honey with an intense lavender aroma. This ‘classic’ honey is floral with notes of lavender and chamomile. Dry on the finish with a hint of acidity. We love this in ice-cream, drizzled on panna cotta, added to cakes and drizzled on goat’s cheese. Would work very well in floral or herbal teas.

    Provenance: Our lavender honey is predominantly sourced from the Murcia region of south-east Spain. Made by a collective of beekeepers in the region, who produce beautiful pure honey on a small scale.

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

  • Available Sizes: 250g / 500g

    Benefits: May be beneficial if you’re suffering with insomnia and/or menstrual cramps. May also be helpful as a digestion aide, and as a diuretic. You may like it if you’re trying to counter a heavy night out!

    Tasting Notes & Tips:  A light colour, with a strong, fresh flavour. Hints of lime and eucalyptus. Unsurprisingly given the flavour, Linden Trees are also known as Lime Trees.

    Provenance: Made by the Borzoni family in the northern Italian province of Piedmont. The trees are found high up in the Alps in the Valsesia area of Piedmont. The flavour lingers in the mouth after eating. Great slavered on an English muffin for breakfast.

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

  • Available Sizes: 454g

    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.

    Provenance: 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.

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

  • 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.

  • Available Sizes: 1kg

    A high quality wheat pasta flour, made up of an exclusive mix of grains. Only the heart of the grain is milled, resulting in a fine flour, perfect for pasta, particularly ‘stuffed’ pastas like ravioli. Creates a stretchy flour, suitable for rolling into super fine sheets. Will keep as a dough for several days and is a great thickener for béchamels and sauces.

  • Available Sizes: 1kg

    A soft wheat ’00’ style flour, milled with pizza and focaccia in mind. With a 4-8 hour proving time, it’s important to get the water quantity right in your dough. If you’re making Focaccia, ensure you liberally spritz water over your dough before it goes in the oven as it will require humidity for the best result.

  • Available Sizes: 100g

    Benefits: Contains vitamins, so can be beneficial as a tonic, and can be used to sooth inflammation in the joints. It’s also been traditionally used as a natural anti-stress or concentration aide.

    Tasting Notes & Tips: Pollen grains have a marked floral taste, and whilst sweet, it’s not as pronounced as honey. Have a teaspoon as it is, or mix with fresh yogurt, sprinkle on top of porridge, or add it to warm milk. The pollen comes from a mix of flowers which the bees collect from the areas surrounding their beehives. 

    Allergen information: This product may cause severe allergic reactions in allergy sufferers.

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

  • Alcohol free Italian Propolis in tincture format.

     

    Available Sizes: 30ml

     

    Benefits:  A mix of tree and plant sap, bee saliva and bees wax, it’s highly antibacterial and anti-imflamatory. Take daily for inflammation and immune system support all year round. Can also be used to treat infections such as abscesses, cold sores, sore throats, etc.

     

    How to use:  10-20 drops, twice a day. Either take as is, or dilute in water. Maximum dosage advised is 40 drops per day.

     

    Allergen information: Allergic reactions to Propolis is rare, but it may cause severe allergic reactions in allergy sufferers.

     


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