What the Press Say

Telegraph Magazine

Telegraph

September 17th 2011

With the plight of bees much on the mind, it makes sense to support honey producers. Two new varieties are available: Ogilvy’s Great Taste Award-winning rare artisan honeys start from £6.50 for a 280g jar and are available from ogilvys.com.

 

 

Speciality Food Magazine

Speciality-Food

September Issue

Four Ogilvy’s Honeys win Great Taste Awards. Zambezi Plains, an organic tropical blossom wildcraft honey from the remote Miobo forests of the Zambezi River from Ogilvy’s Honey has gained the maximum of three gold stars.

Speciality Food Magazine Full Article

Natural Health

Natural-Health

September Issue

Bored of blended honey and looking for a good quality alternative? Then the collection of Ogilvy’s Honey £6.50 each, is a must. The seven varieties have health giving properties and are cultivated from around the world.

Natural Health September 2011 Full Article

Fine Food Digest

FineFoodDigest

September Issue

XA Trading’s new honey brand, Ogilvy’s has secured listings at Fortnum & Mason, Partridges, The Organic Grocer and a number of other London speciality retailers, while Cotswold Fayre has taken on distribution in the West Country.

Fine Food Digest September 2011 Full Article

The Grocery Trader

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August 16th 2011

Zambezi Plains, an organic tropical blossom wildcraft honey from the remote Miombo forests of the Zambezi River from Ogilvy’s Honey has gained the maximum of three gold stars in this year’s Great Taste Awards, and is in the running for the Supreme Champion Award, the winner of which will be announced at the Speciality & Fine Food Fair.

The Grocery Trader 16 August 2011 Full Article

Mail Online

MailOnline

9th August 2011

Balkin Linden Honey from Ogilvy’s. Aromatic sweet honey from bees found in Serbia. The pale honey is known for its sedative and antiseptic qualities.

Daily Mail Online 9 August 2011 Full Article

The Grocery Trader

Grocery-Trader

August 2011

Ogilvy’s Honey, a new range of monofloral and polyfloral honeys discovered from around the world to give consumers a fine flavour experience, has also won Great Taste gold stars for three other varieties this year.

The Grocery Trader August 2011 Full Article

Foodbev.com

FoodBev

August 3rd 2011

Honey trader, and trained chef Shamus Ogilvy, has been cultivating relationships with artisan beekeepers in remote parts of the world to create Ogilvy’s Honey – the first collection of seven fine, rare and ambrosial honeys that are available nationwide.

Foodbev.com August 3rd Full Article

Fine Foodies Magazine

finefoodies

July/August Issue

Shamus Ogilvy has cultivated relationships with artisan beekeepers in remote parts of the globe to create Ogilvy’s Honey, a collection of seven fine, rare and ambrosial honeys. The varieties include… …black locust flower and linden blossom from the Balkans, forest honey from the Himalayas, and wild crafted tropical blossom honey from the Zambezi River.

Fine Foodies Magazine August 3rd Full Article

The Grocery Trader

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July 5th 2011

A range of seven honeys sourced from around the world is being launched by Ogilvy’s Honey – a new brand that has set out to give consumers a new, fine honey experience while addressing the issues currently facing the quality end of this market sector.

The Grocery Trader 5th July 2011 Full Article