This is to let you know that we have three honeys that I've just put on sale with large savings.
This is so we can make space for the new stock that will start arriving in a month or so. For instance.......
You can save £3.70 per 960g jar of Thomas' Heather (I bought a load because of the poor summer in Spain but overestimated the demand a lot.) Buy a case of 12 and you can save a whopping £62.16 when this sale discount is combined with our existing bulk buy discount.
Here's more on how you will find the flavour.
- Thomas' raw Greek heather honey has a dry, sweet aroma, reminiscent of the sandy, stony mountain tops where heather likes to grow. The flavour is lighter and sweeter than some other heather honeys, which can trend toward the bitter end of honey varieties. There is a good floral variety alongside the normal fruity flavours typical of heather honey. There are hints of beeswax and orange with slight mineral aftertaste.
A word of warning. If you prefer your honey runny then don't buy this honey (although you can liquefy it again by warming gently on a radiator or in a saucepan of warm water). We don't offer our normal returns guarantee on honey that is in a sale.
You will also find the following in the sale:
- 5kg tubs of Thomas' Heather - you save £16.21 a tub
- 960g Acacia and Wildflower - you save £2.40 a jar
- 960g Chestnut - you save £2.70 a jar.
As I said, you can save even more on the 960g jars when you buy in bulk. These sale discounts can be combined with our bulk buy discounts for quantities of 6, 12, 18 and 30 jars - giving you massive savings.
All orders you make of 3 jars or more get free shipping.
You can find the sale items here.
Call in if you want and speak to Ombeline to make your order - 01273 682109.
All the best, Tim
PS:Find our main catalogue here if you don't see anything you want in the sale.
If you're okay for honey right now would you consider copying the link for this blog post on to a family member, friend or colleague who is into raw honey and might benefit from this sale. With thanks. Tim.