Thick, raw, unpasturised honey, made from the hives situated along the South Downs. Made from the abundance of mixed wild flowers of the downs, it has a beautiful yet subtle flavour.
The honey is harvested a couple of times a year and extracted via centrifugal force - spinning the honey out of each cell of the combs at high speed before passing through a set of strainers. These strainers remove any foreign object from the honey as well as any large bits of beeswax but allow the 'goodness' such as pollen grains to remain. There is no heat-treating of the honey at any point during the process.
When honey is harvested and extracted correctly, it can be stored like this for years without being tainted, spoiled or fermenting.