Lot 2001 - Hemborough Post Honey

Jun 14, 2020 · Byron Williams

This rapeseed honey was produced by one colony of honey bees. The bees had plenty of luscious yellow fields, near the golf course, to forage from. I like this on waffles, crumpets and toast. Thanks Bees!

This is a mostly oil seed rape honey, it has small crystals and is still spreadable. The area around Hemborough Post, near Dartmouth, is a very popular location to plant oil seed rape. Looking back at previous aeriel photos there are always many hectares planted up. The bees certainly do not have to travel very far to fill up their honey stomachs


Facts

  • Harvested from: 1 colony
  • Harvested: 2020-06-14
  • Extracted: 2020-06-14
  • Jarred: 2020-06-17
  • Total Jars: 41
  • Total Weight: 10.25kg (10.25kg/colony)
  • Water Content: 16.5% at extraction