We sell local honey and so we’d like local people to buy it.
When processing our honey, we do as little as possible to it. So, there’s no mucking about – we extract it from the honeycomb, filter it to take out any bits of wax (or bee) and bottle it. This means you can enjoy the same product the bees love so much.
Though extracted from the comb, this is still RAW HONEY, as we are not heat treating it, taking anything out or adding anything in. When we do have to use heat to stored honey, we use a low heat similar to the temperature inside the hive to avoid altering the nature of the honey.
We have a food hygiene rating of 5/VERY GOOD, so you can be sure we take great care to ensure our honey is treated hygienically and gets to you in the best possible condition.
We generally stock honey in 454g/1lb jars, because that is what most people want. But if you would like other sizes, perhaps for gifts, just ask.
You can order honey to collect from our address in Seven Kings – contact us to arrange an appointment.
We generally stock honey ONLY in traditional 1lb/454g glass jars because this is the most popular. Other sizes may occasionally be available – or for special order – but otherwise the only size in stock will be the large one on the left in the picture above.
Prices as follows:
454g/1lb jar is £7.50
340g/0.75lb/12oz hexagonal jar is £6.50
227g/0.5lb/8oz hexagonal jar is £5.50
113.5g/0.25lb/4oz hexagonal jar is £3.90
42.5g/1.5oz is £1.75
Discounts are available (not Seven Kings honey) for bulk orders, which would be more than a couple of dozen jars.
Don’t expect supermarket prices. We don’t compete with them, because this is a totally different product. Our honey is a high quality, low environmental impact, local product. We’re sure you will prefer it – contact us for details.
We also have cut comb honey available in small clear boxes. This not only has the lovely honey, but the wax the bees stored it in. These are sold by the weight of the individual box and is £6.75 for 227g.
If you are looking for local honey suppliers in your area, you may find one on the local honey directory.