Pure Scottish Heather Honey
A Stunning Fragrant & Potent Honey
Our pure Scottish Heather Honey is a new 2021 addition to our range! Expertly foraged from resilient heather plants that cover the Scottish hills and countryside, this honey awakens the taste buds with its aromatic flavour and slightly bitter aftertaste. Known for its antibacterial and antimicrobial properties this honey rivals manuka in terms of medicinal use and content. It has a thicker viscous-like consistency than our other varieties along with being raw, natural and unpasteurised just like our other varieties.
Never heated above the temperature of the hives, it is full-bodied and packed full of goodness including antibacterial and antimicrobial properties along with high levels of antioxidants.
Some of the other plants the bees feed from include: Beech, Copper, Bluebell, Sycamore, Horse Chestnut, Hawthorn, Holly, Elder, Broad & Field bean, Raspberry, Poppy, Clover, Asparagus, Dogwood and Wild honeysuckle. This huge variation of flowering plants gives it a unique taste with depth and added health benefits!
*Scottish Heather is notoriously difficult to harvest. Therefore we will only have a very limited amount each season.Uses
Great for coughs and sore throats, we have had so many customers tell us how they use it in a hot drink with lemon and ginger! It is also great on some toast or in some warm porridge and beautiful in a light herbal tea.
Not sure about the taste? Why not purchase our beautiful 45g mini jar to sample the taste!
Produce of Scotland
Received order quickly pleased with everything thank you
Tastes amazing will never go back to using supermarket honey!!! Many thanks for your super service.
I’m now ordering more. This honey really rocks. The taste is phenomenal.
Delivery was fast, check out process easy and it came very well presented. Honey was great and would recommend!
Being Scottish this was my first go to Honey to try, and it did not disappoint. My Grandfather kept a hive of bees and always gave my father some honey straight from the hive in the comb to bring home, and this honey reminded me of it