Hilltop Cut Comb Slab Honey 200g
Hilltop Cut Comb Slab Honey 200g

Hilltop Cut Comb Slab Honey 200g


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Yes it is as tasty as it looks!
This is the rawest form of honey you can ever have. All the honey is packed into little hexagonal shapes bursting with our Acacia honey from Europe, so it will stay runny. We can't use our British honey as it sets so you would end up with a big block of set comb. If you can get away without eating it straight out of the tub why not try it on toast, broken up into your  porridge and salads or even over ice cream, the possibilities are endless.
Nutritional Information per 100g 
Energy 333 Kcal 1416 kj 
Fat 0.2g of which saturates 0.1g 
Carbohydrate 83.1g 
- of which sugars 69.6g 
Dietary Fiber 0.5g 
Protein 0.2g 
Salt 15mg
About Hilltop:
Hilltop Honey was founded in September 2011 when I, Scott Davies, decided to start keeping bees in the back garden of my Mum and Dad's house during the summer of that year. By the time September came around, I knew that keeping bees and selling honey was what I wanted to do for a living, so I set about making that dream into a reality.
After knocking on doors and selling to my local shops, I fast ran out of honey. Quite a big deal when you are trying to run a honey company!! This led me down a path of meeting some very interesting beekeepers who produced lots of honey but weren’t really bothered about selling it in jars. This was great news for me so I began buying honey off other beekeepers and selling that.
We now sell honey form our own bees, and six other beekeepers which is great. Together, we have thousands of hives supplying into Hilltop Honey meaning lots of British bees are kept alive by people buying our wonderful produce. The mainstay of our business is selling Raw honey as this is how I truly believe we should all eat our honey. We ensure our honey is coarsely filtered and not heated to provide you with maximum taste and health benefits from honey.
We now operate out of a plant in Caersws which is a great deal bigger than my Mum and Dads kitchen from when I first started. We can now jar honey in bigger more efficient quantities but still carry that ethos of providing raw, quality honey.