View Basket "English Ivy Blossom (Hard Set) Honeycomb Whole Frame 1.1kg – SPECIAL PRICE!" was successfully added to your basket.
HayfeGUARD® – LOCAL HONEY & POLLEN. 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.
Q) I have hayfever. When should I take it and how often?
A) Order as soon as possible (before symptoms appears or even during is fine) take continuously throughout until the end of October or until plants stop producing flowers.
Q) What is the shelve life of hayfeguard? And what is the taste like?
A) HayfeGUARD has a 1 year shelf life once opened, 3 years unopened. It tastes great! It has a rich, full flavour, not too sweet. Most people eat it straight from the pot!
Supplied as a large whole frame just as it sat within the beehive. You get the entire wooden frame completely untouched as it was when lifted out of the beehive.
Measures aprox. 36 cm long x 14cm wide x 3cm thick. Massive approx 1.1 kilos
This is a special find. Ivy honey is a very hard set honeycomb. I find it very useful this way as you can cut thin slices and the honey stays in tact within the comb. This is a naturally hard set honey that offers a great texture when eating it straight from the frame or using in culinary preparations.
1 Cut thin slices and coat with warm milk or dark chocolate, Place on wax paper and put in fridge. When hard serve as an after dinner treat with dark roast coffee.
2 Thin slice on a biscuit with parma ham and cheese
3 Thin slice coated with sesame seeds.
4 Crumble over ice cream.
5 Cut thin slices of comb, place a thinly sliced strawberry wedge on top. Then drizzle warmed milk chocolate in a zig zag pattern over each piece. Place in fridge and remove when ready to serve.
6 Just tuck in as is!
All the wax is edible, set honey. No special storage requirements. 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. Note: Colours and textures may vary from the photo. Photos are for general reference only.
This is a real surprise! Gathered unexpectedly at the end of the year. This amber creamy texture, hard set honey has the most unique full favour.
Its my favourite honey at the moment. It must be a naturally bee collected mix of ivy, clover, heather and whatever else the honeybees secretly foraged! Has a sweet bitter dark chocolate, rich mellow, full flavour. Really special!
A very limited Dark Nectar Honey. Prized for its warm full flavour. A mix of honeydew late summer/ autumn nectar. Most common in Britain are light coloured honeys. Only for a brief period in late summer does this magical nectar appear. We hand select honey comb frames that have major deposits of this rich dark nectar and spin only those frames so we can capture only the dark summer honey. Its a lot of hard work- but worth it!
It is never guaranteed we will get any each year. We keep our fingers crossed and hope!