The finest honey we have tasted in the eleven years we have lived in Dorset, Somerset and Wiltshire.
Most beekeepers rely on agricultural crops and their bees end the season in late August.
Henge Honey bees are different in that they feed on hedgerow and fruit blossom in the spring and this produces a white/cream honey which sets due to the higher ratio of glucose to fructose.
The wild flowers of Salisbury Plain yield throughout the summer and varied forage means that as new flowers emerge the bees keep foraging. During this time the fructose increases and this makes the honey both golden and runny.
Henge Honey bees normally finish the year in early November.
Both honeys are delicious and there is a special offer for both which saves you £2.
Normally £9 a jar, you save by getting both the set AND the runny for £16