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Quince Honey Farm

Devon Flower Clear Honey, Set of 2

Quince Honey Farm Devon Flower Clear Honey is made during the summer months, when the bees gather pollen from the hedgerows and white clover fields of North Devon. With a delicate flavour and runny texture, stir this clear honey through Greek yogurt, use to sweeten porridge, or drizzle over halloumi and fry until golden. 

Quince Honey Farm has been producing honey since 1949. The family run business began life by George Wallace, a paratrooper turned beekeeper. After honing his skills in Yorkshire, he moved to North Devon and started the business with just two hives. Now, over 70 years, and thousands of hives later, Quince Honey Farm is run by George’s son Paddy, his wife Jean and son Ian. 

No allergens.  

This is a pack of 2 x 340g.

Shipping from Quince Honey Farm in South Molton is £4.50

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