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Cotswold Honey Now Available

There are six sections :

Bespoke Collection - you can choose from any of our products to make up a pack or gift. You can choose to collect or have it delivered.

Mead - Cotswold Dry or Cotswold Buzz Mead. Price includes delivery.

Beeswax Furniture Polish - choice of 110ml, 250ml, 2 x 250ml or 6 x 250ml , prices include delivery.

Honey Bundles - packs of 2 or more jars, price includes delivery.

Special Offers available for delivery or collection.

Gift Boxes - honey, jams, marmalades and mead - add your recipients address and put your message in the order notes.

FOSSE WAY BEEKEEPING

The main honey flow starts in the spring with orchards and field crops.

There is usually an abundance of hawthorn flowers in May - the nectar adds a depth of flavour.

June brings the clover, delicate white flowers amongst the animal grazing.

The last big crop comes from the blackberry flowers in July and beautiful fields of purple borage.

GOOD FOR YOU, GOOD FOR NATURE

  • Cotswold Hills

  • Our bees love exploring these nectar rich territories.
  • Did you know?

  • Bees born during different times of year have different lifespans. Those born in Spring/Summer have busier and shorter lives- living up to 6 or 7 weeks. However, those born in Autumn (before the Queen Bee ceases laying for Winter) are predominantly there to see the colony through to next Summer- therefore potentially living for 4-6 months. Of course, this all depends on the health and size of the colony and the severity of the Winter.
  • Family owned since 2005.

  • Since 2005, our experience and passion for beekeeping has grown exponentially. More recently, we've ventured into making mead from our own honey. Watch out for new batches, as different types of honey can create different characterful flavours.

Cotswold Hills

Our bees love exploring these nectar rich territories.

Did you know?

Bees born during different times of year have different lifespans. Those born in Spring/Summer have busier and shorter lives- living up to 6 or 7 weeks. However, those born in Autumn (before the Queen Bee ceases laying for Winter) are predominantly there to see the colony through to next Summer- therefore potentially living for 4-6 months. Of course, this all depends on the health and size of the colony and the severity of the Winter.

Family owned since 2005.

Since 2005, our experience and passion for beekeeping has grown exponentially. More recently, we've ventured into making mead from our own honey. Watch out for new batches, as different types of honey can create different characterful flavours.