The first ever food product to achieve the BSI Kitemark. Find out more here. Rich and flavoursome, every mouthful of The Scottish Bee Company’s heather honey evokes a sense of Scotland’s unspoiled wilderness. Perfect stirred into porridge, added to a smoothie, drizzled over yogurt or simply spread onto a toast to add a little luxury to your breakfast.
Never heated above the temperature of the hives, and processed in an organic facility, our award winning pure Scottish Heather Honey is full-bodied and packed full of goodness:
We don't use the term raw honey for this product as the term 'raw honey' is not permitted by Trading Standards. However, we feel this is what some people mean when they ask if it's 'raw honey': pure honey, taken from the hive and gently warmed so it can be manually filtered (but never above the temperature of the hive and never pasteurised). We do not mix it with anything else. After filtering it is processed in an organic processing facility and jarred to perfection.
Heather honey is produced during the late summer bloom on the Scottish heather moors. Scottish heather has a 6 week flowering season so the bees only have a short window to make heather honey, making it all the more special.
Good for body
Our award winning, immune boosting pure Scottish Heather Honey is known for its unique health benefits; packed full of antibacterial and antimicrobial properties, antibiofilm activity, high levels of antioxidants and ten times more manganese than any other honey in the world. Our honey is tested regularly for pesticides and is GMO free.
Good for the environment
We’ve worked hard to ensure our honey is as sustainable and environmentally friendly as possible; we have no GMOs or pesticides in any of our products and all our packaging is fully recyclable.
Good for the bees
By supporting us you are not only helping keep the bees in business, but 10p from every jar purchased goes to our sister charity, RePollinate. The charity aims to protect and improve the environment by building wildflower spaces across the UK for pollinators to thrive.