British Beekeepers Association


British Beekeepers Association

Rowse Honey

In 1938, Tony Rowse started beekeeping in a small shed in Ewelme, Oxfordshire. Today Rowse is Britain's best-loved honey, with 45 varieties sold in large and small shops around the country.

Rowse Honey is a proud sponsor and supporter of the BBKA. Through regular initiatives and funding, they help educate beekeepers, support new hives and research the health of bees. They believe in fostering the growth of beekeeping in the UK, and are all too aware of how important bees are for the future of our planet.

That’s why each jar of Rowse Honey is 100% as nature intended, with nothing added and nothing taken away. They source the very best honey from apiaries in the UK and all over the world, and are dedicated to making sure this natural, tasty goodness won’t ever cost the earth (or the bees). 

For some delicious ways to cook with honey, have a look at the recipes on their website, and while you’re there, find out about the Rowse story and their very popular range of honey.