Palace of Holyroodhouse Scottish Heather Honey
UK DELIVERY ONLY*
*Due to international shipping restrictions this item is only available for delivery to addresses in the United Kingdom.
With a velvety texture, this aromatic honey is gathered from beehives on the heather-rich moorland of the Balmoral Estate in Scotland. Heather honey is thick and spreadable and also has higher levels of anti-oxidants.
Honey is used throughout the year at many Royal events including garden parties and receptions. There are hives located at many of the royal residences, the ones which situated in London in the gardens of Buckingham Palace and Clarence House produce enough honey for both to be self-sufficient.
The Royal Coat of Arms featured on the jar is the one used in Scotland and whilst it maintains many of the same elements of the one used elsewhere it also features many uniquely Scottish symbols. The national animal of Scotland, the unicorn is crowned and stands on the dexter (the heraldic right of the shield) and the Scottish Arms are given precedence in the shield. The shield is surrounded by the Order of the Thistle and the motto of the order Nemo me impune lacessit “No one will attack me with impunity” is featured at its base with the national flower of Scotland, the thistle.
8 x 6.5 x 6.5 cm.
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