The Apiary Journal

Bees for Business Launches the UK’s Only ‘School of Honey’

- Honey - by Bees for Business

We are all so excited to officially launch our brand new, School of Honey.

As the UK’s first and only School of Honey, we’ve created the ultimate honey experience here at our award-winning organic farm just 18 minutes from Peterborough in Lincolnshire.

Fresh off the back of a double award-winning week, winning a 1 star Great Taste Award for our Wild Countryside honey and the Green Tourism gold award, today we launch a true tasting adventure and the perfect day out for foodies!

The School of Honey is our way of showcasing 100% British, raw honey and the remarkable work of the honeybee. Many people have said to us that they don’t like honey, however, that’s similarly like saying you don’t like red wine – or even chocolate: with so many different flavours, variety and sources to choose form, there really is a flavour for every palate.

From just £55+VAT per person, enjoy a mead tasting session to explore the world’s oldest alcoholic drink, made from honey;a unique honey tasting experience indulging in 10 different flavour honeys, followed by a honey pairing to show how honey can be used to enhance and lift flavour in the kitchen. You’ll make your own honey-based salad dressing to take home and even your own beeswax candle, too. Founder of Bees for Business, Jez Rose, said:

“Our beekeeping workshops and experience days are hugely popular but are limited to the Spring and Summer during the bee keeping season. We are excited to launch the School of Honey as a year-round culinary experience here at our award-winning honey farm. It’s the perfect way to learn more about this wonderful, natural product full of beneficial health properties.”

With both daytime and evening experiences available throughout the year, visit for more details and to book your place today, with a special discount when booking two places, making a perfect gift for special occasions. Places are limited to just 14 people per experience.

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