Halen Mon Salted Butter Honey, 225g


Halen Môn salted butter honey is the new salted caramel. It is a sweet, salty spread, with a rich butter creaminess.

This moreish jar of honey is incredibly versatile. To begin with, try a little straight as it is, then you’ll be inspired to use it in as many ways as possible. Spread over golden French toast, use it to top sourdough, or pair it with salty manchego cheese. With its strong sweetness, a little goes a long way.

About Halen Môn

Husband and wife David and Alison Lea-Wilson started Halen Môn in 1997 after over a decade spent running a wholesale fish and game business. Halen Môn began in the family kitchen, when a saucepan of seawater was left to boil. When they noticed salt crystals forming, they knew they were onto something special.

Based in Anglesey, they use pure charcoal-filtered seawater drawn from the Menai Strait, naturally filtered through a mussel bed and sandtank. The sea salt crystals form in shallow crystallisation tanks, and once formed, are harvested by hand. 

The salt is used in Michelin-starred restaurants including The Fat Duck and was served at the London 2012 Olympics. 

Ingredients: Honey (87%), butter (milk) (11%), Halen Môn Pure Sea Salt PDO (2%), stabiliser: xanthan gum. 

Allergy advice: For allergens, see ingredients listed in bold.

Storage: After opening, keep in the fridge and use within one week.


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