We produce rare, raw unpasteurised honey from our own Surrey Bee Heaven Farm, and various London and UK city locations.
Best prices too as most come in big 340g jars, not 250g like on other websites!

English Honeys Gift Set – Honeys from around the UK

We have put together a great assortment of rare English honeys into a wonderful gift set.  5x 28g mini pots of rare raw English honeys and 1 x 28g English honey and coarse grain mustard.

The English honeys are:

  • Jewelweed Balsam Honey
  • Ling Heather Honey
  • Wildflower Honey
  • Meadow Honey
  • Sainfoin Gold Honey

Note images here are showing the past Xmas red bow no longer supplied. Now supplied with a yellow bow instead. Frankly it looks much better! I will get around to taking a photo update soonish.

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HayfeGUARD® – LOCAL HONEY. Have Hayfever? It’s OK.

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.

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Honey Frame
English Wildflower Honeycomb ‘Whole Frame’ Lang Large 1.7 kg

Supplied as a large whole frame just as it sits within a beehive. You get the entire wooden frame completely untouched as it was when lifted out of the beehive.

Measures aprox. 45 cm long x 14cm wide x 3cm thick. Massive approx 1.7 to 1.9 kilos.

This is from the Wildflowers in and around Surrey England. Harvested in June & August, fresh from the hive. A rich aroma, reminds customers of their childhood. Rarely seen in this entire comb form.

TEXTURE: Runny/Set honey with natural crystalisation. 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.. Cut a bit at a time from the frame then wrap the frame with cling film and store in a cupboard. Will keep for years!

Not suitable for children under the age of 24 months.

Limited stock.

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Wax Cappings-1
English Honey & Wax Cappings-Big jar!

This we call our chewy honey. We use the best wax bits, the “cappings”, from the top layer of each honeycomb. We add these to our own fresh English honey, creating a delicious chewy treat which not only tastes great but also has many health benefits, since the cappings contain traces of pollen and propolis.

Serving Tips: with cold cereal, fruit cocktail, toast, pies and cakes. Mix with mashed bananas and Greek yoghurt, then freeze for a healthy, yummy ice-cream. Do not heat this honey or the honeyed wax flakes will melt.

Not sutiable for children under the age of 24 months.

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English Wildflower Honey
English VIP Wildflower Honey

One of my most prized honeys at the moment. I call it VIP because I had to give it a distinction from my other wildflower honey due to its extraordinary taste, colour and Very Important Plants. This won Best London Honey award two years running. Great price for such a rare and distinctive honey.

Gathered from 1000s of wildflowers in and around the Hampstead Heath, Finsbury Park area. Runny honey, medium dark in colour. Limited availability.

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English Medium Wildflower Honey

From the many flowers of our Surrey apiary sites. Summer time is a busy time for our bees, gathering the rich nectars from the many wildflowers in the nearby woods and fields.

Believe it or not there is an official honey colour grading system used at honey shows all over the UK. There are two glass colour grades to use to compare , light, medium, dark. The glass is placed against the side of the honey jar with a white background. The light glass is used to define the borderline between ‘light’ and ‘medium’ honey, a ‘light’ honey being one lighter than the light glass.

The dark glass is used to define the borderline between a ‘medium’ and a ‘dark’ honey, a dark honey being darker than the dark glass. This honey is medium and tastes different from our light wildflower, so hence the name! A runny honey with a medium, rich flavour.

Serving suggestions: in tea or coffee, as an alternative sweetener, with yoghurt, on cereal, as a glaze for meat dishes and fruit loaves. Great for baking rich moist cakes and fabulous flapjacks.

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English Wildflower Honey

From the many flowers of our Surrey apiary sites. Spring time is a busy time for our bees, gathering the rich nectars from the many wildflowers in the nearby woods and fields. A runny honey with a light, delicate flavour.

Serving suggestions: in tea or coffee, as an alternative sweetener, with yoghurt, on cereal, as a glaze for meat dishes and fruit loaves. Great for baking rich moist cakes and fabulous flapjacks.

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English Linden Blossom Honey

Back after a three year gap! Yes the British Linden (Lime) trees are fickle but well worth waiting for! Lots of hot weather meant the Linden blossoms dripped heavenly nectar and our bees worked fast to collect it.

This is a light coloured honey with a tiny ting of green, bursting with handsome flavour. Not to be confused with Citrus Lime trees. This honey stands out and is well worth a taste!

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English Jewelweed Balsam Honey – Runny

JUST HARVESTED!! English Jewelweed Balsam Honey!!,
Pale Light, Fragrant, Less Sweet Nectar. Clear, runny 340g .
Must try while it lasts!

Himalayan Balsam – Impatiens glandulifera is also known as Poor Man’s Orchid, Indian Touch-Me-Not, Pink Peril, Policeman’s Helmet, Ornamental Jewelweed. This genera Impatiens comes from Latin name which means impatient, referring to the explosive dispersal of seed. It is a highly invasive weed native to the Himalayan region of India found at an elevation of 4000 meters. It is thought to be naturalized throughout UK, most of Britain, Ireland, and little of British Isles.

It is the tallest annual herb of British Flora, germinating from February to March. Flowering takes place from June to October and flowers produces nectar in a high quantity. Pollinating agents are Bumblebees, honeybees and wasps. Its height ranges from three to ten feet. Stems are thick, juicy, hollow, upright, purplish and tender, so they can break easily. Leaf arrangement is opposite, whorled and usually have three leaves on each node , these are simple and are oblong, ovate, elliptical in shape, size is about six inch long and half inch. Note we nor our beekeepers plant or nurture this wild plant. It grows wild and our bees simply somehow find it.

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English Ling Heather Honey

Gathered from the wild heather moors along the coastline on the Isle of Purbeck in Dorset England, with great hopes of gathering a crop of this magical honey as it can be a very fickle crop to obtain. Highly aromatic, with a full-bodied and distinctive flavour, a creamy butter like texture.

This rare honey is of exceptional quality, and is highly sought by honey connoisseurs.

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English Meadow Honey

A light, delicate bitter sweet taste with a creamy spreadable texture. Very popular with children. Gathered from the rolling meadows in and around the farm lands of Dorset. A delicious all-round honey.

Serving Suggestions: On hot toast or crumpets, in teas or coffee as an alternative sweetener.

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English Sainfoin Gold Honey-SPECIAL PRICE

FOR A LIMITED TIME! We had reduced the price to temp you to try this amazing honey. Bet you get hooked!

Collected from the unique Red Clover of the Saliburys Plains area. It has a fresh piquant flavour. A light flavoured, pale yellow coloured honey. Rare honey- VERY hard to find. A must try honey- super surprise taste.

Runny in texture. Highly prized! Very Rare!!

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