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  • Pure n Raw from the West Country

    We're delighted to be stocking West Country Raw Honey, courtesy of  Colham Organic Farm. This really is amazing honey from beekeepers that care for their bees and the environment. We even had to go on a waiting list!

    Located at Castle Combe in North Wiltshire, Colham Farm is a 1000 acre organic farm, accreditated by the Soil Association since 1989. They have around 80 active hives, with an aim to increase to 100 over the coming years. The neighbouring farm is also organic.

    You can find out more about the farm and their activities on the Bybrook Trust website.

    The bees have miles upon miles of lush Wiltshire countryside to forage, including 3 Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI's), with a rich array of wildflowers. You can read more about Colham Organic Farm in this blog post.

    Honey how it should be, completely raw and minimally filtered from bees kept with care and love. No sugar water added in the winter as the bees have their own honey to feed on, no nasty chemicals used.

    This really is close to Nectar from the Gods!

    Available in 340g / 12oz jars for £6

  • Crystallisation of Raw Honey

    Most honey will at some point turn to sugar crystals, also known as, granulation, solidifying and crystallising. This is a natural process and generally crystallisation is a sign of good quality honey that has been minimally processed.

    This means that the honey you receive might be runny, fully crystallised, or somewhere in between.

    The crystals may be large or small, a grainy, sandy type or smooth and creamy type. What makes it crystallise is due to the type of flower the honey bee visited when she gathered the blossom's nectar. The floral source determines whether the honey will turn into a solid form more quickly or not. Some honey while raw will stay in a liquid form for quite a while. Other honey will turn to a solid form within a few weeks. In general, honey will crystallise quicker in cooler environments, and resist crystallisation in warmer surroundings.

    How to liquefy crystallised Raw Honey

    By gently warming the honey, the warming temperature will loosen the crystalline lattice structure of the honey, without destroying any of the nutrients and enzymes present in the raw honey.

    Warm a small saucepan partially filled with water.  Remove from stove and carefully place your jar of raw honey without its lid on, in the warm water. Let it sit and warm gently for 10-15 minutes stirring every few minutes. DO NOT USE A MICROWAVE!



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25/10/2017
Samia M.
United Kingdom

Raw Honey

I am not expert on honey but when i buy a good quality honey it never turn into sugar. The raw honey i bought is fully crystallized.

02/07/2018

Elements for Life

We're sorry to hear you were unhappy with your raw honey Samia. For info, crystalisation of honey is a natural process and actually a sign of good quality honey. We have more info on our Crystalisation of Raw Honey tab here - https://www.elementsforlife.co.uk/collections/ingredients/products/raw-honey#tab2 You can also read other articles about this process at https://www.wired.com/2014/03/crystalized-honey/ and http://honeypedia.info/why-does-honey-crystallize

LE
16/08/2017
Lisa Emma Simms
Hampshire

Best Raw Honey Ever !

This is my favourite sticky raw honey. Proper honey, not the refined yuck you find in the supermarket aisle. Use in my baking, raw Choc making and everything else that needs a little sweetening ♥️ Very tasty and Morish.

A Elements for Life Customer
AS
21/02/2017
Alina S.
United Kingdom

Really good honey

Excellent taste of honey and a very good service - thank you!

JH
23/01/2017
Jennifer H.
United Kingdom

Delicious

Lovely honey,not as sweet as processed rubbish lot more taste