Bermondsey Street Bees Union Raw Honey
Scoop a spoonful of this glorious English artisan honey onto fresh bread, over ice cream and baked peaches or into a fruit tea and feel a buzz. It's light and delicate with notes of wild rose, elderflower, lime and chestnut - flavours that come from honeybees visiting a single source in the Cotswolds, which are then preserved through the cold-filtering process.
London-based Bermondsey Street Bees is a sustainably led beekeeping practice committed to bee welfare, encouraging biodiversity and educating businesses, charities and the government about honeybees - as well as making liquid gold.
Did you know? Honeybees need to fly around 55,000 miles and make four million individual flower visits just to make a single jar of honey. This means, during its entire lifetime, a single bee will collect enough nectar to make one twelfth of a teaspoon of honey. Liquid gold indeed.