Enlightened Cotswold farmers are taking their land back to more traditional management and this honey is produced in areas rich with flowering native trees and mixed hedgerows. The fields are sown with wild flower strips and careful crop rotation nurtures both the soil and the wildlife, supporting an ever-increasing biodiversity. This hand cut honeycomb section contains the bees’ own elegant fusion of wild forage (including bramble, elderflower, rosebay willowherb, white clover, lime, chestnut and cherry) and the crops including borage and field beans which they help to pollinate.
There is no more profoundly authentic honey experience than a section carved from a whole comb. Biting through the delicate wax to release the honey held within is a sensory joy. Slather onto hot buttered toast or finish special puddings with chunks of dripping comb. Comb sections instantly elevate a cheese or charcuterie board.
The wax can safely be swallowed or removed from the mouth according to taste.
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MORE ABOUT BERMONDSEY STREET BEES
BEEKEEPING WITH PASSION
Bermondsey Street Bees is a sustainable beekeeping practice founded in 2007 by Dale Gibson and Sarah Wyndham Lewis. They offer a variety of award-winning artisanal raw honeys, each with immense depth of character with fabulous stories told through their flavours, just like a fine wines or olive oils.
BERMONDSEY STREET BEES PROVENANCE
|18 Walnut Row, Fulbrook, Burford OX18 4BQ, UK|
THE BUZZ AROUND SUSTAINABILITY
Bermondsey Street Bees, and other small batch, artisanal producers in urban and rural settings across the UK and Europe, follow 'bee to jar' principles when it comes to gathering honey, advocating transparency and sustainable practice at every step of production.
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