The Wild Atlantic Apiary, based in Glandore, produces honey by the Native Irish dark bees from nectar foraged from flowers growing in the meadows, hedgerows and woodlands. Honey is gathered between Rosscarbery. Leap and Glandore. In the spring, the bees in Glandore gather from the dandelions, chestnut trees, the catkins from the alder and many more, which helps to build their strength and numbers for the summer flow. In summer, they gather nectar mainly from the blackberries, fuschia and any garden flowers. The Wild Atlantic Apiary only produces raw honey, which is unfiltered and unpasteurised and so, maintains its nourishment which the bees eat themselves. Unfiltered honey maintains the natural pollen grains from the local flowers. Unpasteurised honey means the natural enzymes in honey will not be destroyed however, it will crystallize in time.