Rolls-Royce Honey Production is keeping it busy as a bee during the pandamic
This short post will be buzzing with puns and not even slightly sorry about that.
While Rolls-Royce's plants are no longer a hive of activity, the company has been polinating its efforts into another business which it operates and no I'm not talking aircraft engines or the swans that they provide to the queen each year to be sacrificed. I'm talking of course about Rolls-Royce's Honey, which at the moment they are putting effort into at their Goodwood Apiary near to their headquarters and where they still produce some of their cars.
They are currently out producing Bentley who, I kid you not, also produces their own Bentley honey. The company has 250,000 bees in it's workforce which makes it the queen bee of luxury automaker's honey production workforce, even over Bentley which only has 120,000 bees.
According to the company it produces its honey in “six traditional, English-crafted, wooden beehives, each bearing a polished stainless steel nameplate handcrafted in the company’s Bespoke Workshop.”
The company established this sweet golden business in 2017 to support the Bee Lines campaign which is trying to reverse the decline of the bee population in Southern England and allows their bees to roam free across it's 42-acre land holding at the site.
Let me know what you think of the Rolls-Royce Honey in the comments, do you think the packaging is pretty or is this just beauty seen in the eye of the bee-holder.