Nook Farm Balsam Flower Honey (340g)

Price £ 8.50

Short description

This Balsam Flower Honey from Nook Farm is amber coloured and has a sumptuous thick consistency, but will still run off a spoon. It has a delicious, distinctive taste with a background flavour including hints of toffee.

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  • Free delivery for all orders over £50.
    £4.99 on all orders below £50.
     
  •  All orders will be delivered within 3 - 7 days.
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  •  Contact Us. 015395 63630 

Nook Farm Balsam Flower Honey (340g)

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Price £ 8.50

Short description

This Balsam Flower Honey from Nook Farm is amber coloured and has a sumptuous thick consistency, but will still run off a spoon. It has a delicious, distinctive taste with a background flavour including hints of toffee.

  • Quantity
Stock
In stock
  • Free delivery for all orders over £50.
    £4.99 on all orders below £50.
     
  •  All orders will be delivered within 3 - 7 days.
    Click and collect is available on all orders. Order now for collection within as little as 2 hours.
  •  Contact Us. 015395 63630 

Nook Farm Balsam Flower Honey (340g)

This Balsam Flower Honey from Nook Farm is amber coloured and has a sumptuous thick consistency, but will still run off a spoon. It has a delicious, distinctive taste with a background flavour including hints of toffee.

Balsam Honey is wholesome and very satisfying you may not be able to resist eating it straight from the jar as it’s so moreish. It is a single flower honey, from bees kept in areas where Balsam grows in huge quantities. Balsam Honey is the perfect accompaniment to ice cream or yoghurt, it can add an extra depth of flavour in cooking especially stir-fries and curries. It is pure, unpasteurised and raw honey. 

Bees love Balsam and a bee that has visited a Balsam flower will often look completely white after covering itself in pollen. Balsam grows mostly along riverbanks its proper name is Himalayan Balsam. The Victorians grew Balsam as a greenhouse plant but it escaped into the wild and is now naturalised in the British Isles.

  • EAN code
    031786
  • EAN trade
    69774831702