British Spring Honey
British Spring Honey
British Spring Honey
British Spring Honey
British Spring Honey
British Spring Honey
British Spring Honey
British Spring Honey

British Spring Honey

Regular price £6.95

Spring honey is our soft set variety. Creamy & light, it’s foraged from rapeseed, hawthorn and plum blossom in Somerset and is the perfect honey for spreading on your morning toast.

  • TA Score: 11.5 (see tab below for more info)
  • Honey weight: 227g

This honey has been analysed for pollen types which are listed below from largest to smallest quantity. The test results can be found here.

  • Rapeseed
  • Vetch
  • Hawthorn
  • Maple
  • Cherry / Plum Tree
  • Sweet Chestnut
  • Common Knapweed
  • Thistle
  • Oak
  • Buttercup

Honey’s antimicrobial quality is measured by the term “Total Activity (TA)”. The higher the TA score the greater the antimicrobial strength.

Most unpasteurised and coarse filtered ("raw") honey types possess some activity level, usually on a scale from 1 to 20. Honeys with Total Activity over 10+ are considered to have substantial antimicrobial properties.

The test results for this batch of honey can be found here.

Customer Reviews

Based on 101 reviews
The best honey!

I always thought I didn’t like honey, but turns out I just don’t like cheap supermarket honey. This has a lovely fudgey taste and creamy texture and is perfect for my tea. This is the one I keep coming back to - I think this last one I got was about my 10th jar!

Pauline Pattinson

Deliciously yummy with every mouthfull


This honey is simply perfect on whole meal bread or even my favourite walnut bread for breakfast or any time really! Absolutely delicious.

Julia W.
Absolutely Delicious

I bought a jar of the British Spring from a stall in Tisbury. It is absolutely delicious particularly spread on buttered sourdough. It is an excellent consistency - smooth and creamy. I also applaud the small sizing of the jar. A first class honey 🏆

simon taylor
Great tasting honey

I could say this about any of the black bee honey, it's great honey. Simply that, each one is different in taste but simply and elegantly described in the tasting notes on the jars. Me, I love the variety they offer, as I cook with them more than I do drizzled over porridge or spread on toast. But they would work just as weak here too.