Pure Cambridgeshire Spring Honey
A Light Fresh Floral Meadow Honey
This raw spring multifloral honey is produced in the Cambridgeshire countryside and harvested in the spring during April and May. It has a beautiful delicate floral flavour with a light yellow colour and smooth texture. The hives are kept well away from main roads and traffic which helps to keep impurities out of the honey when the bees feed from the plants and flowers. Thus giving it a clean fresh taste of the beautiful countryside with the subtle floral tones really coming through.
This honey may crystallise over time or in the cold and turn a creamy white colour. This is the honeys way of preserving itself and does not indicate that it has gone bad or that it is full of sugar! You can place the jar in some hot water for a few minutes and the honey will begin to go runny again.
With its light flavour this multifloral honey is great in baking, smoothies, marinades, salad dressings and to sweeten tea or coffee.
Not sure about the taste? Why not purchase our beautiful 45g mini jar to sample the taste!
Produce of Cambridgeshire, UK
This honey is ver refreshing albeit a bit more on the sweet side! But an excellent taste nevertheless.
One of the best honey I’ve ever eaten use it in my daily tea and mix it with lemon vinegar nightly.nice big jars last me quite a while.
I’m not fond of strongly flavoured honey, much preferring mild, subtle flavours such as acacia. This local raw honey from Spring 2020 is lovely, bright and fresh. I liked our first little jar so much I bought one of the larger size before they sold out. It’s wonderful to think that this product is produced so near to where I live and by a small family firm. I heartily recommend Mater’s honey.
As good as the honey my mother used to get from her hives when I was a boy.