Honey, Tahini & Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe

Honey, Tahini & Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe

This quick and easy recipe incorporates some of our absolute favourite baking ingredients, and marries the zingy and distinctive notes of our Oxfordshire honey with creamy and nutty flavours making cookies that are just too moreish to put down.  The tahini in this recipe gives the cookies a slightly fudgey...

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Harvesting Manuka Honey in New Zealand

Harvesting Manuka Honey in New Zealand

Our apprentice beekeeper Jack continues his exploration of the Kiwi hills to deepen his knowledge of beekeeping, and gain invaluable experience with our dear friend Alex at Manuka Island Honey. As part of his 3 year apprenticeship, supported by QEST, he has travelled to the other side of the globe...

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Earn Your Stripes & Celebrate Solitary Bee Week

Earn Your Stripes & Celebrate Solitary Bee Week

We are delighted to be supporting Solitary Bee Week by helping to spread the word about the incredible diversity of bees which are native to the UK - there are over 240 in total and only one species, the honeybee, makes honey.

Obviously we love British honey and British honeybees but we also find all the other species of British bees fascinating and we think you'll love them too once you get to know them!

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Pick Me Up Turmeric Tea

Pick Me Up Turmeric Tea

It’s a simple but delicious herbal tea made with aromatic and warming spices like ginger, raw honey, and of course the star ingredient turmeric. It's an easy to whip up and naturally caffeine free Pick Me Up, which uses our Borage Honey for a sweet immune boost and cinnamon for natural sweetness and to help balance blood sugar release.

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Honey's Romantic Credentials

Honey's Romantic Credentials

Honey, long considered the food of the gods, an aphrodisiac and the key ingredient in mead , the tipple of mooning lovers. But honeys romantic credentials go further.

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Honey Toffee Apples

Honey Toffee Apples

  Halloween and Bonfire Night call for sweet treats and foods you can eat with your hands, perhaps even with your winter gloves on! The crunch of a toffee apple is a nostalgic autumnal classic and you're still getting one of your five a day. Adding honey to the toffee...

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We Talk Bees Needs with Sarah Raven

We Talk Bees Needs with Sarah Raven

This week, the 9th to the 15th of July, is Bees Needs Week 2018, coordinated by Defra. It is a yearly spotlight on the food and housing needs of our bee species - of which there are approximately 220 different species in the UK! The week is just one part of a wider National Pollinator Strategy.

We caught up with bee-loving gardening author and TV presenter Sarah Raven to get her top tips on gardening for Bees Needs. 

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