A craft honey for all seasons

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British Heather

From the Scottish Highlands. Deep amber colour.

Aromatic and warming caramel flavour with a strong aroma and subtle sweetness.

Packed with antioxidants.

Try with cheese or ice cream for delicious contrasts.

British Heather Honey
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Greek Forest

From Greece, where there are the most beehives per acre and the most diverse flora in the Mediterranean.

Deep, dark brown colour.

Strong honey with a bold taste, richer in aroma than other honeys.

Perfect for pairing with meats and cheeses.

Greek Forest Honey
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Hungarian Acacia

From the high mountain lawns of Hungary.

Pale, golden, transparent coloured honey.

Light honey with a delightfully clean and delicate taste.

Ideal for use as a natural sweetener in hot drinks, yoghurts and juices.

Hungarian Acacia Honey
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New Zealand Manuka

From the North Island of New Zealand. Dark brown colour.

Creamy sweetness with an underlying mineral taste.

Collected from the manuka tree over just a few short weeks in the summer.

Add to smoothies, fruits or breakfast for a delicious hit of sweetness.

New Zealand Manuka Honey
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Canadian Summer blossom

From the fruit blossom fields of Quebec, Canada.

Clear shade of darkish amber with a subtle fruity taste.

A complex, delicate sweet taste.

Perfect for marinating meats and vegetables or just enjoying a fruiter honey.

Summer blossom honey

From hive to table

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How it's made

Learn about where our honey originates from and how it makes its way from the hive to your table.

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Explore the qualities of our honey that makes it a healthier choice.

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A planet friendly food

Explore how our honey promotes bee welfare and reflects our sense of environmental responsibility.

About our craft quality

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Our craft process

• A more natural craft process gives St. Lawrence Gold honeys the following shared characteristics:

• Single origin – None of our honeys are ever blended;

• Minimal filtering – to remove all contaminants;

• Low heating (never above 60 degrees C) - to retain the natural antioxidants, minerals and vitamins.

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The importance of bee welfare

• In order to thrive, bees require a healthy environment. That’s why our beekeepers and producers are passionate about bee welfare and adhere to high standards.

• This includes making sure the colonies can freely access sources of nectar and pollen; that honey is only taken from the hive when there is enough produced for the bees themselves and disease prevention measures are in place that ensure the wellbeing of the bees.