Caramel honey from Kenley Common, Surrey

Caramel honey from Kenley Common, Surrey

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This honey comes from bees the Rudlands keep on wild flower meadows at Kenley Common. It’s land that;s owned and managed by the City of London with cowslips thriving there. You can smell the meadow and dry grass in the honey, with caramel flavour notes.  

David's interest in beekeeping came as a result of his job as a tree surgeon - and now 13 years on it's their business. Celia left her job as a math's teacher and together they manage several apiaries across Surrey and Kent.

Our jars of raw honey make perfect treats for the family, or a lovely ‘thank you’ present for someone; and especially if they’re health conscious or hayfever sufferers as a spoonful of honey a day has been shown to make significant improvements to our levels of good gut bacteria!

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