Perfecting Honeycomb is a rite of passage for all chocolatiers, every one of us has our own style and recipe - the key to mine is using real Scottish honey and making it in small batches to perfect the flavour, texture and just as importantly, using exceptional and ethical chocolate to coat it in. This Honeycomb in particular is coated in a unique milk/dark chocolate blend suitable for everyone to enjoy. Whilst making my small batches, I have decided to showcase a different honey producer for each batch. We have so many independent local honey producers that I was spoilt for choice and couldn't possibly pick only one. 

Our fourth Scottish honey producer is a honey that I have been using in my chocolates for the last year. I love this versatile blossom honey and often pop it into ganaches or caramels wherever I can. Maldon House Apiaries located in Gilmerton, Perthshire. The Apiary was establised in 2017 and beekeeper Leila started off with just one wee hive in her garden. As the passion and curiosity grew, so did her bee population. You can read about Leilas bee journey below and you can find the Maldon House team on Facebook over at @Maldonhouseapiaries where they post regular hive updates. Be sure to pop over to the page and say hello! 




Honeycomb - 

Dark chocolate (70% cocoa minimum, pure cocoa butter ), Milk Chocolate (40% cocoa butter minimum, pure cocoa butter) Glucose syrup, honey, caster sugar, bicarbonate of soda and salt.

This product is made in a kitchen that handles nuts, peanuts, gluten, soya and dairy and may contain traces of all of the above.

Suitable for vegetarians and coeliacs.