Wantage Honey is a delectably scrummy runny honey made by my honeybees who are hived in and around Wantage. Wantage is a market town, lying below the Berkshire Downs and looking over the Vale of the White Horse.
This honey was created by my honeybees which are hived two apiaries. My home apiary is in the heart of Wantage and my out-apiary is located in a meadow on the Berkshire Downs.
Wantage Honey has been simply coarse filtered and filled into jars. The honey is contained in traditional 1lb jars – 454grams equates to 1lb.
Being real and unrefined honey, it will granulate over time – which is a mark of its quality and a natural process. If you wish, granulated honey can be brought back to being fully runny again by gently warming it.
I do not blend my honey and each batch will have a subtle difference in colour and flavour. The photographs in the product description are for illustrative purposes and the colour of the honey you receive may vary.
I like to think that when you taste honey, you are tasting the place where is was foraged.