Rowse Greek Squeezy Honey 250g

£3.75 £1.50 per 100g
Much like wine or coffee, honey has lots of naturally occurring different flavours, colours and textures. They vary depending on the country of origin and the type of flowers the bees visit. This is what makes our Rowse Taste Discoveries Honeys the perfect ingredient to sweeten your breakfast, naturally. Rowse Taste Discoveries Honeys are 100% Pure & Natural - just like nature intended: with nothing added and none of the natural goodness taken away.

Rowse Greek Honey is made by bees that forage on trees in Greek forests. With its dark brown colour, this honey is herbal and earthy, and has bold notes of liquorice, aniseed and malt.
Strength: 5/5, Robust & Herbal

About Rowse Honey:
In 1938, our founder Tony Rowse started beekeeping in a small shed in Ewelme, Oxfordshire as a hobby and he loved it so much he formed the Rowse Honey company. Before long, Tony was sourcing honey from beekeepers all over the UK, then from all over the world. In the 1980s, we had grown so big we moved to Wallingford, Oxfordshire (close to Ewelme) and Tony handed over the reins to his son Richard. Years later, we are very proud to be the nation's favourite honey!


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Further Description




Preparation and Usage

Drizzle onto authentic Greek or plain natural yoghurt.

Country of Origin


Packed In

United Kingdom


Rowse Honey Ltd.,
OX10 9DE.

Valeo Foods Group,
K67 AE37.

Return To Address

Rowse Honey Ltd.,
OX10 9DE.
Give us a buzz on 01491 454100

Valeo Foods Group,
K67 AE37.

Package Type

Plastic Bottle

Recycling Information

Bottle - Plastic - Widely Recycled

Other Information

Full Product Name:
Greek honey

Store at room temperature.

Safety Warning:
Unsuitable for infants under 12 months.

Packed in the UK

Additional Information:
Honey may naturally crystallise.


Fig & Goat's Cheese Tarts
Easy Recipe, Serves 6

300g puff pastry (ready rolled)
6 x ripe and fresh figs, cut into 8th's
200g goat's cheese, cut into 6 pieces
Olive oil for brushing
6 tsp Rowse Greek Honey

Preheat oven to 200°C/180°C fan / gas 6 / 400°F. Roll your pastry, (if you are rolling yourself, roll until about 5mm thin) and cut into 6 rectangle shapes. On each rectangle get a sharp knife and draw a smaller rectangle on the inside, as if you are making a frame. This helps the pastry puff up and makes a border for your tarts.
Brush each piece of pastry with olive oil and sprinkle a little salt over each one. Pop a few chunks of goat's cheese in each tart on the inside of the border you made, followed by your fig pieces.
Brush a little olive oil over the figs followed by a good drizzle (about 1tsp) of honey.
Place in your preheated oven for 12-15 minutes, until the pastry is golden and crisp around the edges, the cheese is melted and the figs have caramelised.
So easy and so good!

Nutritional Data

Typical Valuesper 100g:
of which saturates0.2g
of which sugars80.8g