Pure Cambridgeshire Summer Honey
A Beautiful Light Floral Meadow Honey
*A 2 STAR GREAT TASTE AWARD WINNER 2020!
This beautiful pure summer multifloral honey is produced in the Cambridgeshire countryside during the summer months. It has a delightfully delicate floral flavour with a light yellow colour. A best seller at the BBC Good Food Show!
A 2 star Great Taste Award winner for 2020 with one of the judges commenting:
"Delicate, fruity, almost apricot notes. This honey is quite complex in flavour with a great length, delivering long after the initial taste. A truly delicious mouthful."
And another commenting:
"Such a pretty and delicate colour, and this is mirrored in the wonderfully fragrant flavour with subtle yet noticeable floral notes. A lovely honey."
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 tea.
Not sure about the taste? Why not purchase our beautiful 45g mini jar to sample the taste!
Produce of Cambridgeshire, UK
Our friends who received this gift from us say the honey is delicious.
Hi yes one of the nices honey I've tryed this year delighted with the honey and services.
Thank you Maters & Co – Absolutely delighted and extremely impressed with your FABULOUS tasting honey, and the speed and efficiency of the service!
The Summer Honey is utterly delicious (and completely addictive!), and I’m looking forward to trying the Spring Honey and “new flavours” of my sampler jars.
The Taster Set box is so beautifully presented – with a lovely little box, tissue paper and seal, message, mini honey dipper, and adorable little bee too! So thank you again – as I’ve now discovered the perfect solution to my quest for the “perfect little gift” for anyone!!
Bev Smith (order 10158)
Absolutely the food of the gods ❤️
Recieved my first bottle last week and it definitely won’t be the last Thankyou