Ocado Life magazine spoke to Shamus about his travels around the world to find the very best honeys. Click here to read the full article.
What the Press Say
The Culinary Guide‘s Iain Robertson has chosen three of our honeys and put them to the taste test. The results were positive:
“… If you are of the belief that honey is just honey, then my selection would disprove that principle upon sampling them, and I am keen to buy the others upon my next visit…should any be left…I sampled all the honeys on toast, as well as in light teas and I can confirm that their individual characters are distinctive and enervating.”
Read the full article here.
Come Dine With Rach says, ’if I … was looking for something better than a box standard own brand then I’d definitely pick (Ogilvy’s Honey).’ Click here to the full review over at Rachel’s blog.
Val Reynolds says, ‘Ogilvy’s Honeys are a special gift for any honey aficionados’ in Inbalance Magazine.com. Click here to read the article in full.
2012 has brought more award success for Ogilvys as Regional Food & Drink reports:
To gain 2 or 3 stars, as many as 20 judges have to agree unanimously that the entry has reached ‘absolute perfection’.
An intense and aromatic honey known as Balkan Linden, which has a delicate and woody aroma, won 3 gold stars, 2 stars were awarded to the New Zealand Rainforest honey and the New Zealand Tawari was given 1 star, meaning that 6 honeys in the range have now achieved the coveted status of being given Great Taste Awards.”
December 10th 2011
New to the Shops this weekend. Bee-licious! Ogilvys has launched a new range of rare honeys from around the world, including Zambezi Plains and Himalayan Highlands. £5.85 for 280g. www.planetorganic.comDaily Mail Weekend Full Article
It’s a natural preservative, it’s antibacterial and, above all, it tastes good. Honey is a fine ingredient in cooking, too, but I prefer it more or less straight up – a glossy daub on warm granary toast, muddling with some excellent butter, such as current favourite Lurpak. My latest discovery is Shamus Ogilvy’s seven-strong honey collection, each with on-jar tasting notes.Delicious Magazine Full Article