Their runny honey is made from the nectar and pollen of a variety of flowers, trees and shrubs from apiaries across North Wales.
It is cold extracted, filtered and unpasteurised to allow the final product to retain all of the vital micronutrients that are present when the honey is extracted from the hive.
North Wales has a complex, diverse mix of hedgerows, forests and moorland which produces a distinct, floral honey.
The Honey is extracted in small batches and the colour of our raw local honey varies in tune with the changing seasons and flowers our bees feed on but predominantly will be a rich golden colour.
The variety of flowers the honey bees have fed on to create this raw honey includes: Blackberries, Heather, Lime, Willowherb, Clover, Primrose, Cherry, Pear, Lavender and a whole range of wildflowers.