Scottish Heather Honey
"Our Scottish Heather Honey comes from our own apiary at the Glen Eagles Hotel, Falkland Estate and in the Scottish Borders.
It is rich in taste and very aromatic. Not to mention it’s full of pollen for those who have allergies and need a helping hand in springtime!" Edinburgh Honey Co
"Scottish Heather Honey has an unusual texture, due to its thixotropic characteristic, it is a jelly until stirred, when it becomes a syrup like other honey, and then it turns back once left alone. Both heather (Calluna vulgaris) and manuka (Leptospermum scoparium) honeys are described as thixotropic. This means that they are gel-like (extremely viscous) when standing still, but they can turn liquid when agitated or stirred.
The viscosity of heather honey is so high that makes the extraction of the honey from the comb very difficult. That’s why, this honey is extracted by pressure (instead of centrifugation), which destroys the combs.
Scottish heather honey was recently found to contain significantly high levels of manganese, up to 10x that of its competitors, including the well-loved Mankuna, making it the second richest source in the world! Manganese is an essential trace-mineral, with powerful antioxidant properties as well as being crucial to metabolism, liver function and bone formation. In regards to metabolism, manganese plays a vital role in regulation of insulin secretion; supporting the storage and utilisation of carbohydrates and dietary fats. In bone health, manganese activates several enzymes necessary for the formation of healthy cartilage and bone. Finally in the liver, manganese facilitates the urea cycle; the center of the body’s natural detoxification process." Edinburgh Honey Co
UK Shipping and Delivery
Once we have received your order it will be dispatched within three working days. Please note that we do not dispatch orders on Saturdays or Sundays.
Most orders will arrive within 5 working days.
You order will be sent using Royal Mail Signed For First Class post.
Tracking your parcel
If you need to track your order then email our mailorder department on firstname.lastname@example.org and we will provide you with your tracking number. Enter this into the Royal Mail™ online Track and Trace service in order to view your order's delivery status.
What to do if your parcel hasn't arrived?
Because Royal Mail™ does not consider a parcel lost until 15 days have passed, please allow up to 15 days for delivery before you contact us about a missing or lost parcel. Parcels will not be re-sent until after this time period has passed.
If you require a next day delivery, please place your order by 12 noon (Monday to Fridays) for dispatch the same day. If your order is placed after 12 noon or at weekends then it will be dispatched on the next working day (excluding public and bank holidays). Postal charge will be dependent on weight and we will confirm the price with you.
The delivery must be signed for on receipt of your parcel.
All orders dispatched to destinations outside the UK are sent by Airmail. Airmail Delivery takes around 5 working days but it can take up to 6 weeks. Due to the nature of International delivery we cannot be held responsible for any damage incurred to your parcel in transit. This includes parcels that may become misplaced en route. Please be aware that parcels may also be delayed for Customs checks.