OK so ‘miraculousness’ is a Nene Local specially made up word, but forgive us, in this instance the superfood deserves a whole new word!
Local honey is gaining popularity as a ‘cure’ for the symptoms of hayfever. The theory goes that if the honey is from local bees, using local pollen then it’ll contain traces of the pollen to which you are allergic, I guess working on homeopathic theories? It seems to work for people we speak to anyway.
The honey of choice for the Nene Valley area is Titch Wincle Honey. Brought to you by the bees of Aldwincle and Titchmarsh. We bought our pot from the Titchmarsh Shop but you can contact them to see where near you it may be for sale. A large jar (400g) is £6.00 and much better then taking tablets and adding other chemicals to your system for hayfever (plus the Titch Winkle Honey tastes rather splendid too!)
Each jar of honey has its own explanatory label, informing you of the 55,000 miles flown by the bees as they were collecting pollen to make your honey, and the fact they’ve visited over local flowers up to two million times!
We know why the saying talks about a ‘busy bee’ !!
Titch Wincle Honey comes from Chale Cottage, Titchmarsh and they can be contacted on email@example.com