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Quick fact

Bees visit 2 million flowers to produce just 500g of honey.

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28th Oct 2011 Posted by: Rowse

Brand New: Rowse Honey Selection Gift Box

If you’re looking for a sweet way to spread Christmas cheer, try our new Selection gift box.

Did you know?..

Sometimes honey crystallises when it gets cold. It’s completely harmless, and just means glucose has separated from the rest of the sugars because of the temperature. You can dissolve the crystals by putting the honey jar in an airing cupboard or a basin of hot water until it becomes clear.

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21st Dec 2011 Posted by: Rowse

Merry Christmas from Everyone at Rowse Honey!

It's been a brilliant, buzzing year for us at Rowse Honey and it wouldn't have been possible if it wasn't for you sweet lot! We're taking a look back on 2011 and how much fun we've had...

Quick fact

An average worker bee makes only 1½ teaspoons of honey in her lifetime.

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28th Mar 2012 Posted by: Rowse

Lemon and Honey Cupcakes

Indulgent little cakes to satisfy your sweet tooth.

You'll need: Rowse Acacia Honey or Rowse Pure & Natural Clear Honey, butter, caster sugar, lemon zest, eggs, flour, lemon juice, butter, icing sugar, low-fat soft cheese, yellow food colouring, sprinkles, sugar flowers.

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2nd Apr 2012 Posted by: Rowse

Thank the honeybees with flowers!

Today we're launching a super exciting project, to plant thousands of honeybee-friendly plants, with help from our Facebook and Twitter friends...

Did you know?..

Honeycomb is like a big storage cupboard for the hive. Bees stock it full of honey, so they never go hungry during the winter months.

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29th Aug 2013 Posted by: Rowse

Our Manuka Honey

We’re proud to say that Rowse NPA (Non Peroxide Activity) Manuka Honey comes exclusively from New Zealand. We test each and every delivery at source before purchase in New Zealand, and on receipt at Rowse Honey in Wallingford Oxfordshire, to guarantee its NPA rating.

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