Danish honey

Jakobsen's honey
and the Danish spring

Danish nature is in full bloom in spring, and bees are dedicated to collecting nectar to create an all-natural flower honey that can be used creatively and versatile.

With Danish honey from Jakobsens you can bring the spirit of spring into your dishes, and we would like to inspire you to use honey in your cooking - because there is no doubt that your spring dish would love a delicious spoonful of honey.

Local and natural

Local production

Jakobsen's flower honey is collected by bees all over Denmark, buzzing around and sucking nectar from many different types of flowers, which is then stored in the hive where it matures into delicious honey.

It is then bottled locally at our factory in Aulum, West Jutland, where all production takes place under strict quality procedures and contributes to the high quality of the product.

Local and natural

Completely natural

Our Danish Flower Honey is a natural and tasty honey - collected by bees all over Denmark, who have gathered their nectar from different flowers around our beautiful Danish nature. This results in a honey with a unique flavor that reflects the natural beauty of our lovely country.

As honey is a product of pure nature, it also means that our honey is affected by everything from weather, location and season, which can result in differences in scent, taste, color and texture.

By choosing Danish flower honey, you can enjoy a pure and natural honey and at the same time support the beautiful Danish nature that we all love.


Spring dishes with honey

Let the flavor bloom! Danish honey adds a natural sweetness to all your meals,
and here you'll find inspiration for five spring dishes that are made even better with the wonderful Danish honey.

Danish flower honey

Danish Flower Honey
from Jakobsens

Jakobsens flower honey has a delicious full-bodied, round and sweet taste. The honey is spreadable and has a very nice light and golden color. It is suitable as a spread on all kinds of bread and can, among other things, be used in baked goods and desserts in addition to being suitable as the sweet element in many everyday dishes.

Honey can also be used as a flavor enhancer and a spice that can be used in both sweet and savory cuisines - and with amazing results.

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World Bee Day

May 20 is proclaimed by the UN to be the Day of the Bees. At Jakobsens, we support the day and here we provide you with inspiration and bee-friendly tips so that you too can contribute to the day and help protect our beautiful Danish nature and our bees.

bee-friendly tips

Build an insect hotel

There are many guides online on how to make your own insect hotel, so you can easily and simply help the bees with a place in the garden where they can live and overwinter. Alternatively, if you don't have the courage to embark on Project Insect Hotel, you can make a pile of stones and branches in the corner of the garden, out of direct sunlight and protected from the wind and weather - the bees will thank you for that too.

bee-friendly tips

Plant insect-friendly flowers in your garden

Maybe you have a small bare patch in your garden that you don't know what to do with, and you want to help the hard-working bees - then you can make them happy by planting lots of different flowers in your garden.

Bees love variety and especially flowers that are full of pollen and nectar are their favorites. For example, crocus, honeywort and erantissum are some of the flowers that bees love to pollinate and collect nectar from.

bee-friendly tips

Let the garden grow

You've probably heard of the phenomenon of 'wild-will gardens'. These are gardens that you let grow and are designed to mimic and support natural ecosystems. By letting your garden grow, you can create a wonderful little oasis for bees - and remember, bees don't just like to buzz around in the grass. They love to collect their nectar and pollen from everything from fruit trees to hedges and, of course, flower beds - so it's a good idea to hold off on mowing the lawn, trimming the hedge and trimming the tree.

bee-friendly tips

Stop using pesticides

There are many pesticides that are harmful to bees, not only the common insecticides, but also those used to control fungi and weeds. The thing is, pesticides can stop bees from reproducing, and if bee larvae are fed food containing pesticide residues, they won't develop properly. Therefore, you should think twice about the pesticides you use in your garden if you want to protect bees and our beautiful nature.

bee-friendly tips

Provide water for the bees

As the weather warms up and things get drier in the garden, bees will appreciate having access to water. Bees use water both to cool their bodies and to cool their nests in the summer.

You can make it easy for bees to access water by setting up a water source - a simple method is to place a flat bowl or dish of water in your garden. Make sure to place the bowl in a sunny spot and fill it with water regularly. You can also add some floating plants or stones to the bowl to give bees a place to sit and drink.

For you and the planet

Good for you and the planet

Since 1921, we have put our heart and soul into producing the highest quality honey that gives you the most delicious taste experience - straight from nature. We've been a staple on the breakfast table for generations, but now we're on a mission to "pollinate" your morning meal even more, so we can continue to help you get a natural, great start to your day.

We believe that natural ingredients from Mother Nature taste better and are a natural way to treat the planet.
For us, it's pure nature.

Read more about our sustainability initiatives here