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Keepr’s by The British Honey Company

The British Honey Company was launched in 2014 in the Cotswolds, Oxfordshire in the beautiful village of Yarnton. Since then, expanding across Oxfordshire each of one of hives work endlessly to pollenate British meadows and hedgerows and provide you with our scrumptious 100% British honey. Our honeys range from Apple Blossom to Heather to Borage & cut comb dripping with raw honey.

With a love for Gin and Honey, our beekeeper produced the delicious Keepr’s Dry London Gin infused with our British Honey in small batches from 300-500. Each batch is traceable to the hive the honey came from. It was only a matter of time before we decided to expand our product range with a delicious selection of spirits using locally sourced British fruit.

Press Release

Sales of “Drip+Drop” Alcohol Sanitiser exceed all expectations Steps taken to safeguard alcohol supplies

The British Honey Company plc, the producer of premium British Honey-infused spirits and alcohol sanitiser products, provides the following update on trading for the financial year to date and the Company’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic which has materially impacted the industry as a whole. The Company has adapted quickly to the adverse impact that […]

Brooke Wiseman

Healthcare, Retail

Oxfordshire

18th May 2020

Job Vacancy

Looking for a Marketing Assistant for Growing Spirit & Honey Company

Role To support the Marketing Director & Sales Team in delivering communications and brand activities, with trade and consumer, for our portfolio of brands including Keepr’s & Dodds Gin. The role will be varied between assisting event management for tastings & trade shows, creating POS material, working on social media and assisting with photoshoots and […]

Brooke Wiseman

Food and Drink Retailers

Buckinghamshire

6th February 2020