Honey, the undeniably magical byproduct of honeybees, is as old as history
itself. The Egyptians, Greeks and Romans all viewed honey as not only an
important food product but also a source of medicine—using it for its
antimicrobial properties to treat blemishes, wounds and gastrointestinal
Today, thousands of years later, in a world of junk food, sugar substitutes
and pharmaceuticals, honey remains a prominent ingredient in healthful diets—a
better-for-you alternative to artificial sweeteners—and an effective all-natural
remedy for anything from relieving seasonal allergies, reducing swelling, soothing
coughs, softening skin, and treating burns, scrapes and cuts.
Of course, more than just a sweetener with medicinal properties, the sweet,
golden elixir is also one of the tastiest, most mouth-watering substances, with
flavors ranging anywhere from delectably mild to distinctively bold, depending on
the pollen’s plant source. Delicious on toast, in teas, with goat cheese, yoghurt,
granola, as a glaze for chicken, duck or pork, or baked into breads, cakes or
muffins—honey is one of the most versatile foods, and arguably the preeminent
We’re proud to offer raw, unfiltered honey from Nectar Hills Farm (which, compared to the conventional plastic honey bear at the supermarket—likely to be pasteurized and cut with other sweeteners—is a much better quality). We’re happy to support a brand we know and trust, and we hope you enjoy the benefits, and unparalleled flavor, of this all-natural liquid gold.