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Tree Bee Blossom Honey is a lovely blend of nectar from all kinds of plants and flowers. From the beginning of the Spring till the end of Summer this Honey is taken from hives that have been left to forage on whatever takes their fancy.
Sweet and thick this honey encompasses what the bees consider their best food sources. Taken straight from the hive and put right into a bottle raw from the comb, this is the bees gift to you!
Hungarian Acacia Honey£8.00
Tree Bee Hungarian Acacia Honey is a beautiful light and delicate Honey, made from forage of the flowers of the Acacia Tree.
Acacia Honey holds many properties, including that it is a fantastic natural antiseptic, antimicrobial and antioxidant. It is a clear, pale yellow honey with a thick sticky liquid consistency. The Honey has a lightly sweet, floral flavour and has historically been used as a sweetener for herbal teas, soothing for those suffering from coughs and sore throats and and helping with digestive conditions.
Italian Chestnut Honey£8.00
Italian Chestnut Honey is a bitter-sweet, instensly flavoured honey, which offers an almost savoury flavour. Due to it’s high mineral content, antioxidant properties and anti-bacterial properties, it’s one of the healthiest honey’s out there!
Add to your favourite gormet dish, spread it on some toast, or just use it as a natural sweetener in your cup of tea!
Local Lancashire Honey£8.00
- Local Lancashire Honey from hives in Burscough
- Raw, unpasteurised and free from any chemicals or additives
- Straight from the hive to the jar, just as nature and the bees intended
- Mixed blossom, containing nectar and pollen from a range of plants across the local area
- Honey from rescued bees
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Pyrenees Mountain Honey£8.00
The Pyrenees Mountains help create the natural border between France and Spain, offering a wide range of fantastically floral forage for the honeybees living there. It is said that when bees feed at a high altitude, they create a higher quality honey due to the cleaner air, the unspoiled land and the richer soils.
Pyrenees Mountain honey has popular uses in salad dressings, herbal teas, glazes for meats and perfect with cheese.