Our bees produce soft set honey mainly from the blends of Oilseed Rape nectar and spring wildflowers and a runny honey, from later crops of chestnut and borage.
Presently we only supply honey in lb 454g jars.
All pure honey will granulate or thicken in time and indeed this can be a sign of its quality and purity. To render honey liquid again Follow either of the following two methods.
1. Loosen the top and stand the jar in hot water, preferably on strips of wood or similar so that the water completely surrounds the jar. Heat gently until the honey becomes liquid.
2. Remove metal lid and place in a microwave oven on the lowest power. Remember the honey in the centre of the jar will continue to become liquid after the heating time has finished.
Our honey can be purchased from:
Paul Bray and son butchers. 1 Bridge Road, Tideford PL12 5HH paulbrayandson.co.uk
Health and Happiness. 27 Fore Street Liskeard PL14 3JA
Green Cow Dairy Plushayes Farm, Plushabridge, Upton Cross Liskeard PL14 5BB greencowdairy.co.uk
And of course in person from our farm!