Honey from allotments, Dulwich, London
- In stock, ready to ship
- Inventory on the way
This London honey has an amazing flavour; deep fruity warm notes but with a liquorice, toothpaste-fresh, menthol note to it. It's intense, with a flavour that lasts for ages.
Limited edition: 1 of 238 jars
Size: 224g / 8oz jars
Free postage and the story of the beekeeper included
This honey is from bees kept on an allotment in Dulwich, SW London. It's a leafy suburb with the allotment, surrounding gardens, parks and tree lined streets for the bees to forage on. All of which I'm sure explains the complexity of the honey
Sue took this honey off her bees in July and, just like the ones she keeps in a garden on Tooting Common, she couldn't believe how much they were making: everything must have been going their way for them!
Sue has been beekeeping in London for a good few years now and is a gardener by trade. She took up beekeeping as a hobby following in her father’s footsteps with the smell of the wax and beehives bringing back happy childhood memories. I know what she means, there is something very comforting and evocative about the smell of a shed full of beekeeping equipment!
We work with small scale British beekeepers who we visit to talk bees with and see the bees and landscapes that make each honey. All of our beekeepers are good custodians of their bees and the woodlands, meadows, gardens and fields they keep them in. They talk to local farmers, landowners, fellow allotment owners and councils to encourage planting for pollinators, sustainable woodland management and protecting the natural landscape for their bees. Our aim is to bring you special limited edition honeys from more and more British beekeepers: as long as they're good custodians of their bees of course!
Our jars and labels are all British sourced to keep our transport miles and carbon footprint low. We absorb the extra cost
Free 2nd class postage and packing to anywhere in the UK.
Our honeys are safely packed in Yorkshire hay and British sourced cardboard boxes, Opening the box is a treat with the sweet smell of summer and our jar of honey nestling inside.