Bees pollinate one third of the global food supply. Bee One Third is the name chosen by a group of people for their urban honey business in Brisbane. Their aim is to provide an ecological service using traditional methods to re-home wild colonies of bees into hives and onto the rooftops of the city.
They are passionate about reconnecting people with the source of their food. On the weekend Bee One Third teamed up with the fabulous Jocelyn’s Provisions at James St in Fortitude Valley for a rooftop hive tour and honey tastings.
I wasn’t around for the rooftop walk, but luckily I was in time for the honey tasting…too delicious.
Meet Jack from Bee One Third.
…and the honey.
As well as the honey, Jocelyn’s Provisions served some heavenly treats. Take a look at this Honey Chocolate Roulade.
There was more.
To cap off a great morning there were these gorgeous gift baskets.
…and I got one! Thank you very much. I love Bee One Third’s honey and doesn’t the bread look wonderful? The recipe for the chocolate honey roulade, by Lizzie Loel was included in the basket. I look forward to trying it. I’ll send it to you if you are interested.