Frequently Asked Questions
You should store you honey in a dry place at room temperature with the jar, or lid, securely sealed. Once opened you should store the honey in the same way.
Thanks for noticing our new look! Our Honey varieties are the exact same; 100% pure, natural and delicious.
You should place your honey in a warm area, for a prolonged period of time, to break down the crystals that have formed.
Our runny honey keeps it’s liquid consistency and soft set honey is the same delicious taste but in a buttery texture.
We don’t want to delay any further time between you and a mouthful of delicious honey, so the short answer is no, our honey is not pasteurised. We only ever gently warm our honey to remove the bits we don’t want you to eat – like the odd bees legs!
Nope, definitely not. Nothing is added or taken away from our varieties of honey.
Your honey may crystallise but it it should never really go off – this is due to its high content of natural sugar. We print best before dates on all of our products and recommend that you eat them before the suggested date.
We recommend storing your cut comb in a dry place at room temperature with the container securely sealed. Once opened you should store the cut comb in the same way.
It’s recommended that honey should not be given to infants under one year of age because of the rare possibility of being infected with the bacteria that causes botulism (Clostridium botulinum). Once a toddler reaches one year old, their digestive system is mature enough to kill any botulism.
You should store your Maple Syrup in a dry place at room temperature, away from direct sunlight & strong odours, with the lid, securely sealed. Once opened you should store keep refrigerated and use within 4 weeks.