Lime Tree Honey is gathered by Leigh's Bees working Lime Trees (Linden) and other flowers from the surrounding countryside. [more...]
It has a rich aroma and a multi-layered taste.
Carefully placed apiaries enable Leigh’s Bees to forage a specific range of nectar depending on the time of year and location. That may be sea lavender from the saltmarshes of the North Norfolk coast, swathes of summer flowering blue borage flowers, the Derbyshire heather moors or the ivy-clad hedgerows and woodland of their ‘winter base’ at Narford.
Leigh's Bees know the origin of each and every jar of honey, all of which are unblended because we believe that the bees know best. In this way the honeys retain their own unique tastes.