Pure Northumberland Wildflower & Lime Honey
A Beautiful Light Floral-Citrus Honey
Imagine a spoonful of sweet nectar that transports you to the rolling hills of Northumberland and across Hadrians Wall. Floral notes with a beautiful citrus tang of lime.. Its a honey to delight the senses.
This delicious runny honey has a light golden colour and smooth texture. It is quite floral and has a distinct citrus flavour with a suggestion of toffee. As it is a natural product some jars may vary in taste with more notes of citrus. The main flavours come from a mix of native wildflowers including Blackberry, Thistle, Clover, Heather and Lime with a great mix of clover, hedgerow and trees. This honey is carefully and lovingly harvested, It is pure, unpasteurised and raw.
Produced by our ethical beekeeper whose apiaries are located in the diverse landscapes of Tyne and Wear to the wilds of Northumberland. There is an abundance and variety of forage for the bees to collect nectar and pollen. A simply yummy honey which can be used as a substitute for sugar in cooking and hot drinks. It adds flavour and sweetness without overpowering other tastes, great to use every day on toast or cereals etc.
This honey may crystallise over time in cold temperatures, and may turn a creamy white colour. Simply place the jar in some hot water for a few minutes to make the honey runny again.
With its light flavour this multi-floral honey is great in baking, smoothies, marinades, salad dressings and to sweeten teas.
Not sure about the taste? Why not purchase our beautiful 45g mini jar to sample the taste!
Produce of Northumberland, UK
I eat honey every day and have never tasted anything to compare with the Maters Northumberland honey. It’s like liquid sunshine with a after taste that leaves you spooning out just one more spoonful. Gorgeous!
Just love it xx
Your honey is wonderful especially the lavender ❤️❤️
This honey disappears extremely quickly. Obviously excellent. Perfect on toast and also, apparently, on tortilla wraps with cheese.
A gorgeous tasting honey, most recommended.