Forget spoons and knives, this is the traditional way to drizzle your runny honey, with a beautiful wooden honey dipper. Perfectly designed and hand turned in the UK, catch those drips with a quick twist. Made in England out of a variety of food safe woods such as Beech, Pear and Apple.
- Made in the UK
- Ling Heather, Borage and Wood Sage Honey available
- Hand turned in the UK
- Length 17cm (approx)
- Support all things bees - they are our friends!
NOTE: We will choose you a lovely dipper from our current selection, each has slight differences in wood and design - making your one unique!
Fourteen years ago The London Honey Company founder Steve, decided he wanted to keep bees in Central London — there was a problem: he lived on the 6th story of an ex-council block near Tower Bridge with no garden. The only viable outside space was the flat roof accessed via a fire escape...
It worked like a dream. The first hive was located behind the lift shaft and the bees started producing incredible honey. But that was just the start. By the following year, there were hives tucked slyly into all sorts of odd locations around the city. From hives scattered around London and the UK. Including a selection from beekeepers who choose to produce from more unusual nectar sources.
The bee empire continues to grow and expand with hives all across the UK. It's a passion as much as a business and it requires a nomadic lifestyle.
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