Taste of the Week. Galtee Honey Farm

Taste of the Week. 

Galtee Honey Farm Wildflower Honey

There is some excellent local honey available these days. But this Irish Wildflower Honey from Tipperary's Honey Farm is outstanding with an amazing flavour that just makes you take notice leaving the other side of the table wondering what's going on!

Well, what is going on is some natural magic by the bees of course and also by the producers Aoife and Micheál. All their honey is pure, raw and Irish, produced by our own native Irish bees. I'm not surprised to read this particular honey, our Taste of the Week, is their bestseller.

They say "It consists of honey from a variety of wild flower blossoms in the Irish countryside, including sycamore, horse chestnut, hawthorn, blackberry blossom and white clover. It is collected by the bees in late spring and summer. Every batch can be slightly different in flavour. All-natural good quality honey will eventually crystallise."

If you are in or near Cork City, stockists listed are:

The Roughty Foodie, English Market (Wildflower Honey, Ivy Honey, Comb Honey, Beeswax Candles and Balms)
Bradley’s, North Main St (Wildflower Honey)
On the Pig’s Back, Douglas (Wildflower Honey, Comb Honey)

Nolan’s Butcher’s, Shandon St (Wildflower Honey)

You can check out their website (with the full list of stockists) here