Nothing but raw honey. Produced by bees across Oxfordshire & Berkshire.
Harrison's honey is produced from hives located across Oxfordshire and Berkshire.
The bees visit a variety of flowers and trees to pollinate the plants and collect nectar which they make into delicious honey. Each bee works hard during its short life to make just one-twelfth of a teaspoon of honey each.
Nectar collected from different plants makes different kinds of honey: some darker or lighter in colour; some of which will granulate quickly and some of which will remain clear for much longer.
As a rule of thumb, the darker the honey; the stronger the flavour.
All honey granulates. In fact, this is the best proof of its quality.