made by the bees of east sussex
Our raw honey is harvested from our hives in either late spring or summer. The bees collect nectar from the fields, woodland and hedgerows around their hives.
They like sweet chestnut blossom, blackberry and other hedgerow flowers.
What is “raw” honey?
Raw Honey hasn’t been heated or treated in anyway. Most honey you buy in the supermarket is heated and fine filtered to delay the honey crystallising.
In doing so it changes the flavour and removes fine grains of pollen. Heating also destroys the enzymes and natural antibiotic properties of raw honey.
Each jar is 250g
Our bees allow us to experience the exquisite taste of honey direct from the hive.
Unfiltered, unheated and raw.
We want to share that experience with you.
Our team now includes beekeepers in both the beautiful fields and woodland of East Sussex, and the wild valleys and mountains of the Aubrac National Park, France.