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We are delighted to anounce that our Scottish dipped honeycomb has won a Great Taste star award in 2023! We are delighted to showcase some of Scotlands best produce and get such honourable recognition for it.

Pick up a box today and celebrate with us!



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. 

Whilst making my small batches, I have decided to showcase a different Scottish honey producer for each batch. 


Batch No. 9 - Blacklaw Heather Honey


This batch finds us working with small scale honey producers Stephen and Aimie. The pair are hobby beekeepers and make this honey locally with the bees foraging heather in the Angus glens. Stephen works with the bees and tends to 5 hives, he has been working with his bees for 8 years and the pair sell any surplus honey left over from harvest. We are very excited to be working with such local makers for our 9th batch of delicious honeycomb!  

Batch No.10 - Kin Bees - also available in caramelised white chocolate

Our festive Scottish honey producer takes us back to one of our favourite producers -  a company called Kin apiaries run by Award winning beekeeper Gael Wilkinson.

Gael has a real love for her bees and manages 31 hives over four sites across West Fife and her honey won first prize at the 2022 Royal Highland Show and went on to win a GREAT Taste star this year!

We were lucky to visit Gael at one of her top secret apiaries and we spent the morning peering into her bee hives and learning all about the wonderful bees.

We learned the fun fact that bees in the summer live for six weeks whereas bees in the winter can live for up to six months! The summer bees only actually fly in the last two weeks of their lives. Almost all of the male bees are all kicked out and killed off over the winter to leave the females to keep the hive ticking over, although with the current global warming crisis there is a huge shift in the bees winter and summer activity with bees still flying and foraging well into the winter months.

You can check out the Kin Bees Instagram for lots of brilliant bee updates and interesting insights. You can also shop some of the fantastic bee products over at:



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.

Caramelised White Chocolate Honeycomb - 

White Chocolate (35% cocoa minimum) Cocoa Butter, Sugar, Whole Milk Powder, Dried Skimmed Milk, Whey, Butter, Emulsifier (sunflower lecithin)Natural Vanilla Extract, 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.

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