Honey from British Woodlands and Meadows Gift Set
Honey from British Woodlands and Meadows Gift Set
Honey from British Woodlands and Meadows Gift Set

Honey from British Woodlands and Meadows Gift Set

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This set of British honeys from Woodlands and Meadows contains three different honeys we’ve found from bees kept by small scale beekeepers in meadows and woodlands across the UK.

Each honey has its own unique flavour, influenced by the wildflowers and trees around them. Each honey has where the hives are kept, the name of the beekeeper and the honey’s main natural flavour note written on the label. We also pop in the stories of the beekeepers for you!

It’s a honey gift that’s a delight to open and the perfect gift for food inspiration, nature lovers and those who will enjoy comparing honeys and discovering how different raw British honeys can be from one another.

Our British Honey Woodlands and Meadows set comes in one of our attractive gift boxes, packed in hay to protect the honeys and to make sure opening the box is a treat for the senses with the sweet smell of fresh hay!

Contains 3 x 140g (5 oz) jars of raw British honey

Raw British honey

We only have the best high-quality British honeys and know the woodlands and meadows that have made every one of them. By working in partnership with our community of beekeepers we can bring their local honeys to market so that more of us can eat sustainably and healthily. You’ll be discovering honey straight from the bees just as the beekeeper can because all our beekeepers have done is simply spun the honey out of the frame and run it through a sieve - nothing else - so it’s as close to what the beekeeper tastes when they spoon a little taster out from the hive as a special treat! 

Our small-scale beekeepers

All our beekeepers care deeply about the landscape their bees inhabit. To help their bees they bring ancient woodlands back to life, work with landowners and developers to bring in bee-friendly practices, plant meadows, and tend to gardens keeping them full of pollinator friendly plants.

We visit all our beekeepers to see where the honeys come from and to make sure that we only work with beekeepers who prioritise their bees’ welfare over maximising honey production: all our beekeepers only take honey when their bees have more than enough to keep themselves fed through winter.

Help British beekeepers

All of our beekeepers are great advocates and custodians of our natural world, and our mission is to help them and their bees to survive and thrive. And then we will too!



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