Drogheda Honey is produced by native Irish honey bee's (Apis mellifera mellifera) in the Boyne Valley on the north and south of the River Boyne, and in the Cooley Mountains.
Drogheda Honey are members of the native Irish honey bee society, where they actively promote and protect their native honey bee, through education and advocate against the importation of non-native honey bee species. The bees are ethically managed and treated for Varroa, using only organic methods.
List of products (Producers):
Summer and spring run honey Set ivy honey (melts like butter on toast or in your porridge)
Bell heather honey (Gold medal and blue-ribbon winner Dublin Honey Show 2021)
List of stockists for your products (Producers):
Ballymakenny Farm, Ballymakenny Callaghans Butchers, West St. Drogheda George’s Butchers, Colpe Shopping Centre, Drogheda My Little Jar, Wheaton Hall, Drogheda Neighbourfood, Donabate Market Quintessential Wines, Dublin Rd. Drogheda Tuites Butchers, Bullring, Laurence St. and Yellow Batter, Drogheda Wholey Cow, Smyths Farm, Dublin Rd. Dromiskin