Beespoke Liverpool Honey


Suffering from hay fever means I spend a lot of my time in the sunshine sniffling, sneezing and avoiding the urge to rub my eyes into oblivion… So, naturally, I look at ways of combatting this from every angle. Having heard that honey can desensitise you to the pollen, I thought I would give it a go. 

I started at around January and haven’t had too much of a problem with it so far. Whether that’s the honey or my own body not having quite as much of a reaction I don’t know, but I do know that either way the local honey is delicious!

The best one I have found is called Beespoke Honey and I bought it from the shop in the Liverpool Anglican Cathedral. I got the solid version but they do sell a runny one too (which my mum bought and loves). 

The honey itself is soft and has this odd rough/smooth combination. It is easy to get out of the jar and spreads well on toast/bread/fruit but still has the granulated feel which gives it a lovely texture. It’s sweet but not too sweet; I can happily eat spoonfuls from the jar without a grimace at the tastebud overload! 

All in all, this is a fantastic local honey from beehives dotted around Liverpool and a brilliant way to help save the bees. I’m also incredibly excited to try their Cathedral Honey should they get another good crop and hope that I can post about that one soon! 

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