Hive & Keeper


Hive & Keeper is all about sharing the fun of discovering how different every honey can taste - they are always unique and limited editions.
If you love honey and would like to try some new and unique flavours in you honey then these delicious British honeys with their very personal flavours unique to the placement of the hives are just what you need in your life.

Hive and Keeper have a great selection of honey's that have been collected straight from the hive so are all raw and untreated so the retain all of their unique flavours from the flowers  in the areas the hives are kept in and the honey bees collect from.

Hive and Keeper also have subscription boxes in six month and twelve month options that would make the perfect gift for any honey lover.

British Honey Trio Gift Set £19.95 Notonthehighstreet (Shop Now)



A gift set of 3 limited edition raw British honeys from artisan beekeepers.

In this collection are honeys from:

Brian Bull and bees he kept at an airfield at Bradwell-on-Sea, Essex. My band of tasters described this as spicy, nutty, with nutmeg and lavender
Ketil Conway and the 3 hives kept on his garage roof at Lily Hill, Berkshire. It has dried fruit, fig, date, caramel, and tropical fruit flavours
Nigel Hallybone and his 5 hives hidden away in a wooded clearing, Fritton Woods, Norfolk. My band of tasters thought this was very caramelly.

Ultimate British Honey Collection £54.95 Notonthehighstreet (Shop Now)



A curated selection of 9 limited edition raw British honeys from artisan beekeepers.

In this collection are honeys from:
Brian Bull and bees he kept at an airfield at Bradwell-on-Sea, Essex. My band of tasters described this as spicy, nutty, and nutmeg and lavender flavours. There’s also another honey from Brian’s apiary at Willows Green, Braintree which has a fruity flavour, with people also finding chocolate, butterscotch, and smokey flavours.
Ketil Conway and the 3 hives kept on his garage roof at Lily Hill, Berkshire. It has dried fruit, fig, date, caramel, and tropical fruit flavours

Nigel Hallybone and his 5 hives hidden away in a wooded clearing, Fritton Woods, Norfolk. My band of tasters thought this was very caramelly.

Keith Lomax and bees that he keeps in a garden at Burnham-on-Crouch, Essex. This honey has a caramel taste too, but is lighter in colour than others.

Patrick James, and the bees he keeps at one of his apiaries at Coalway, Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire. My band of tasters said they could taste dried fruit, tropical fruits, and a minty, floral taste.

Dave Gillan and the 15 hives he keeps in Whitburn, West Lothian. It’s very pale with a fresh taste, and people detecting a herby flavour.

Sylvia Pettitt and her two different apiaries. One of her honeys is from Barnadiston near Haverhill which has a fresh and nutty taste and another one from her apiary kept at stables in Newmarket which has a definite caramel taste.
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