Raw Honey, Salisbury Plain Honeycomb Frame
Straight from the beehive, this is a delicious treat: raw honey in its most pure, natural state.
This honey comes from an unusually rich wildflower area. The Salisbury Plains are the largest remaining area of chalk grassland in North-West Europe, with 13 species of nationally rare plants. The honeybees rub shoulders with several nationally scarce bumblebees and solitary bees. The honeybees collect nectar from viper’s bugloss, sweet clover and sainfoin. This unique raw honey is ideal with porridge, toast and cheese.
This honeycomb comes in a wooden frame which portions can easily be cut out of. The whole comb can be eaten, the beeswax is lightly chewy. Honey doesn't go off so you can enjoy it at your own pace. Raw honey's health benefits have long been recognised by communities all over the world.
Location: Salisbury Plain, UK.
Beekeeper: Steve Benbow. From our own hives.
Whole frames of honeycomb are approximately 2.5 kg.