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"If the bee disappeared off the surface of the globe, then man would have only four years of life left. No more bees, no more pollination, no more plants, no more animals, no more man."
Albert Einstein

Sweet smell of new products

We’re excited to bring to you our newest products, a range of beautiful hand-poured natural beeswax candles.

The range includes some wonderful scents; Raspberry & Vanilla and Lavender, Tea Tree & Apple as well as a natural beeswax candle. All candles are completely natural so good for our bees and good for the rest of the wildlife too.

The perfect product, especially when paired with one fo our honeys.

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Sweet smell of new products

We’re excited to bring to you our newest products, a range of beautiful hand-poured natural beeswax candles.

The range includes some wonderful scents; Raspberry & Vanilla and Lavender, Tea Tree & Apple as well as a natural beeswax candle. All candles are completely natural so good for our bees and good for the rest of the wildlife too.

The perfect product, especially when paired with one fo our honeys.

Visit shop

The Latest Buzz

A Scottish Beekeeper in New Zealand

17 Feb 2020

Having left Scotland to try a bit of beekeeping in New Zealand, you can imagine my surprise when Ali and Peter announced I would be staying in a bothy! Ok so they didn’t use the word bothy but I was to spend the night in a New Zealand equivalent. Out here they call them DOC […]

January – heather and manuka

27 Jan 2020

One of the opportunities offered to me as a bee farming apprentice is to spend a few of the winter months in New Zealand to get a new perspective on beekeeping. As the Scottish Bee Company‚Äôs apprentice, I was given the chance to go out and spend a couple of months with Ali and Peter […]

Pollinators and their importance

10 Jan 2020

Since starting my apprenticeship I have been asked on numerous occasions – how effective are honey bees as pollinators? The answer is not black and white and so I will attempt to answer it here. I should note that this is only my take on the issue. The honey bee as an individual pollinator In […]

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