Nectar from the Starflower blossom. Very pale, clear, runny honey. Very light flavour. Children love it!
This is from the Borage flowers in and around Oxfordshire England. Harvested in July/August, fresh from the hive. A tender aroma, reminds customers of their childhood when honey was honey!.
BEST PRICE EVER! English Honeycomb-NOT FOREIGNAll the wax is edible, and is made by our British honeybees from pure nectar. This is one of the best ways to enjoy honey! A chewy gooey intoxicating treat indeed! Straight from our beehives, untouched just as the bees have made it! The nectar is gathered in the floral surrounding area of Surrey UK. WEIGHT: Between 170g - 200g approx.
TEXTURE: Varying degrees, mostly Runny with possibly natural crystalisation deposits. We do not tamper or alter the natural composition of our honeycomb. We do not heat this either to change what our honeybees have done naturally. This ensures you receive this honeycomb as nature intended.
No special storage requirement. Just keep it covered in a cupboard. Will keep fresh for 2-3 years!
Serving Tips: Scoop the comb out and put on hot toast, muffins, cereal, ice cream , fresh fruit or yoghurt.
Not suitable for children under the age of 24 months. Note: Colours and textures may vary from the photo. Photos are for general reference only.
Do you think you may react to pollen in the air? It's OK-Bee pollen is different. Why not try a delicious and wholesome honey pollen formulation. High protein pro pollen plus. Be Allergy Ready!
We make a super all natural food-HayfeGUARD®, Set Honey, Pollen & Royal Jelly! A mixture of London & Country honey to maximise the pollen varieties, packed with more pollen and fresh Royal Jelly. No artificial colours or preservatives are added. This is not a medicine. This is a natural food collected by the bees.
Wholesome Honey In A Pot!
We use our fresh local, unpasturised and coarse filtered honey, adding thousands of pollen grains & fresh royal jelly. Supermarket honey will not be the same, as many heat treat the honey, killing the pollen, and most likely the honey is sourced from outside the UK. This is a hard set honey as we do not pasteurise the honey.
Serving Suggestions: one teaspoon per day over cereal, on toast,in muesli, yoghurt, in smoothies or you can eat it straight from the pot! Avoid hot drinks as this can harm the pollen. Note: This honey is a live food and may vary in texture runny/set throughout the year. It is normal that some pollen may float to the top, simply mix if so desired.