Get ready to grab some London Honey at Fortnum and Mason‘s first ever honey auction.
The auction takes place at 6pm on Friday the 28th September. The jars are limited in numbers and the honey is the first harvest from the Fortnum & Mason bees that live on the Fortnum & Mason roof.
The first 4 jars will be auctioned off at the Harvest Festival Artisan Market which goes on from 11am-5pm over the 28th and 29th September.
Also at the Fortnum’s Artisan Market, you will find hand picked and extraordinarily talented producers ready to offer you everything the UK has on the shelves (naturally) this Autumn. So think cordials, jams, fruit, nuts and olives and you’re getting there.
As well as having the option to buy some of the first Fortnum & Mason London honey you can also try it at this event as well as the Great Taste Award Gold Star winning honeys from around the world.
You can also join Jonathan Miller on the roof, Fortnum & Mason’s food buyer and bee expert, to see the colony of bees up close.
Lower Ground, Ground and First Floor.
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