Molaga Honey is run by father and son team Jerry and Kevin Collins on the family farm near the village of Timoleague in West Cork on the Wild Atlantic Way.

Timolegue, on the South West coastal region of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way is a place apart. Our temperate climate provides a wild and natural range of coastal botanicals and flora, for our wild West Cork honey bees to feast upon during the spring and summer months. These flavours can be tasted in the Molaga Pure & Natural honey.
Our family continue a local tradition going back to the 7th century when returning missionary St Molaga – known as the Bee Whisperer – brought bee hives back to his monastery in Timolegue from Wales.

We have been keeping bee hives on our family farm in Timolegue West Cork for four generations, milking cows, and harvesting honey since the 1860’s.

We are master beekeepers who know exactly how to deliver the perfectly balanced, delicate, floral flavour found in every jar of Molaga honey.

When this delicious honey is removed from our hives it is extracted and quickly bottled in glass jars on our purpose built state of the art honey extraction facility on our family farm in Timoleague, West Cork, Ireland.

We currently have over 300 bee hives in various locations all around West Cork, Ireland.
Kevin & Jerry Collins
Master beekeepers