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Buckwheat Honey

Our Buckwheat honey it is aromatic and rich in minerals, coming from the pristine Altai region of Siberia.  Until recently Buckwheat honey was almost unknown in the UK, but it is starting to become more popular as people become aware of its health giving properties.

Bees make it from the buckwheat flowers nectar, which contains proteins, carbohydrates, fats, micro doses of iron, calcium, phosphorus, copper, zinc, boron, iodine, nickel, cobalt, as well as vitamins B1, B2, PP, rutin and magnesium

It has a very strong flavour, almost caramel like sweetness and an unusual aroma. It can be easily distinguished from other honeys, and takes some regular honey users by surprise.

Buckwheat honey is also a wonderful antiseptic and has been known to be applied to open wounds and abrasions to speed the healing process as well as being taken to ease chest congestion, coughs and sore throats. Our Buckwheat honey was tested in a leading UK lab for its antibacterial properties TA 20+

Mixed Herb Honey on Paliurus

Mixed Herb Honey ITS AMAZING!

Our Bulgarian honey is a rear treat!  Harvested in a remote area in Southern Bulgaria not far from the Black Sea in the Yambol Province. 

Its dominant pollens are Coriander and Paliurus.  Coriander has been used as a medicinal herb for thousands of years, even mentioned by Hippocrates for its many medicinal uses.  And today this herbs versatility is recognised by chefs all around the world.   

The honey is full of enzymes and contains more than ten essential oils. It has a unique but subtle flavour, not too sweet with a hint of gentle spice.  Coriander is said to have a multifaceted flavour profile, and this is reflected in the honey.