The most raw form of honey, beautiful and delicious
Our region's best honeycomb is produced in June and early July, when our region blossoms with clover, vetch, and berry brambles, among other wildflowers.
These summer wildflowers give our honeycomb a gentle mild flavour and light colour. Can you eat the wax? Absolutely!
The simplest way to enjoy honeycomb is to carve out a spoonful or spread it on a warm baguette with butter. Honeycomb pairs wonderfully with many types of cheese and is a beautiful addition to charcuterie.
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