Wotton-under-Edge Honey

Wotton-under-Edge Honey

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The apiary that produces this honey is made up of six hives sited in Wotton-under-Edge. The nectar comes from the gardens, allotments, wild flowers, brambles and trees around Wotton. The taste is delicious and varies from year to year depending on what people are growing and the impact of the weather.

Wotton-under-Edge Honey
Wotton-under-Edge Honey

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10 thoughts on “Wotton-under-Edge Honey”

  1. The honey is amazing. Truly the best I’ve tasted. I want to know more about some impressive labels/jars (I know the boring bits about the Regulations)…where did you get yours from (in the fingers crossed event I get honey this year)?

  2. Hi there do you know a local bee keeper who could remove a bee colony who have taken up residence in our home in North Nibley?

    1. Hi Daniel,
      The best thing to do is go the British Beekeeping Association (BBKA) Do you have a swarm? page. This page helps you ensure it is honeybees and then allows you to find a local swarm catcher. Good luck. Let us know how it goes.

  3. I have a site between Wotton and North Nibley which has been used for five hives. Unfortunately he has now left the area so the site is vacant. Would you know of anyone who would be interested in taking over the site? Many thanks Ann Griffiths

  4. My family suffer with Hay fever, we live near Pucklechurch which is the best honey to buy is it from Bristol or Wotton under edge hives? I believe it has to be local honey to help hay fever sufferers.

    1. Hi Ken. Grass and hay are wind pollinated and hence local honey won’t do anything for that. There may possibly be some benefit of local honey if you have specific tree or flower pollen allergies. Have a look at NHS site for advice.
      I consume local honey with a vague hope that it helps my allergies.

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