In 1916 bee keeper Horace Bush realised Marlborough’s lush pastures produced some of the world’s best honey.

Three generations later the Bush family still produce the fragrant honey from hives throughout Marlborough’s plains and high country.

You can read more about us and the business in this article which featured on Stuff back in the year of our centenary 2016.

Even our bees are famous – read all about how they managed to get themselves on stamps to commemorate 100 years of the National Beekeepers’ Association.