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A rich single-source honey from Exmoor National Park . The hives are situated in the Minehead area, foraging in flowering trees ( as honeybee have evolved to do over millions of years. ) Native wildflowers, moorland and cliff plants bring additional interest to the honey, as do the unassuming seashore species that bees seek out for the mineral-rich nectar. Only the surplus honey is ever harvested, leaving the colony with plentiful winter stores. The honey is extracted using a simple centrifuge. Never blended or heated above the natural hive temperature, it is minimally filtered in a traditional process that removes excess wax whilst preserving all of the honey's natural flavours, aromatics and micro-nutrients including the pollens.
Bermondsey Street Bees supplies characterful, raw, single-source honeys to Chefs and Bartenders who want to support British beekeeping. People who are banishing highly-processed ‘EU & Non-EU blends' from their kitchens and bars in favour of real honey, with authentic terroir and stories to tell.
They believe in artisanal raw honey production and traditional ways of beekeeping that always place bee welfare first. They have their own apiaries inside and outside London and also keep bees for some visionary organisations who support our sustainability agenda through their own commitments to net biodiversity gain.