Mighty Fine was established in 2014 when founders Kit Tomlinson and Ross Newton discovered their honeycomb was selling out faster than they could make it, in fact faster than their chocolate.

Since then, they have focused their efforts on creating the finest natural honeycomb and, after sampling their new Mighty Fine Honeycomb Dips, I can wholeheartedly say they are doing this very well.

They hand make each batch of honeycomb in traditional copper pots, using honey rather than sugar, to create a crisp, light, and addictive honeycomb that melts in your mouth. They then ‘dip’ the honeycomb pieces in one of two different types of smooth Belgian chocolate, milk or dark.

Or, if you are feeling very indulgent, you can try their salted caramel honeycomb dip, which is made by infusing salted caramel into the Belgian chocolate before it is coated over the honeycomb, creating a wonderfully delicious salty and sweet combination.

What’s even better is that Mighty Fine are also committed to helping the environment and donate 5% of profits to Friends of the Honeybee, a campaign organised by the British Beekeepers Association to help halt the decreasing number of Britain’s honey bees and other pollinators.

If you’re looking for a sweet treat, try Mighty Fine Honeycomb – it’s a delicious mouthful that I guarantee you won’t be able to stop eating until you reach the bottom of the packet. You can pick up a packet of the Honeycomb Dips in Waitrose for £3 a pouch.