The Honey Stove has fast become the most popular wood burning camping stove in the UK, Since its launch in 2008. Rather than just sitting back and relaxing though, the Honey Stove team have continued to test and refine their original model, releasing the latest version in 2012, which Woodlore now have in stock.
This latest version benefits from a slimmed-down and lighter Trangia plate, the inclusion of a square base plate, all topped off with a food grade 6 x 6 inch stainless steel cooking grill. Same weight, better product.
With so many pots, pans and stoves being produced around the world, the end user is often left frustrated at having to buy a certain
cooker to work with a certain
stove which is fired by a certain
fuel… The Honey Stove has been designed to act as a link between them all and is designed and manufactured right here in the UK.
The Honey Stove allows you to use the cooking pot and fuel of your choice, while giving you the additional option of a simple wood-burning stove, thus making it flexible enough to match the time of year and the activity you are undertaking.
Though it works primarily as a wood-burning stove, it is flexible enough to work with other cooking fuels, such as esbit/hexamine tablets, night light candles, any
make of meths stove, Greenheat Fuel Cells and even the Trangia gas burner.
Any pot can be used with this stove, whether circular, like our Zebra Billy Cans
, rectangular or even kidney-shaped, like the popular Crusader Cup
. You also have the option to cook directly on the grills, making bannock, toast, croissants, grilled meat/fish, sausages and bacon a one-cooking system process.
The stove system can be completely disassembled and packed flat, making it easy to store in your rucksack. It will also fit flat inside the traditional military-style mess tin.
The stove pack consists of 9 pieces, made up of side panels, a fire door, a base grill, a mid grill and a top grill. There are a number of different ways to configure the setup of the stove, and you do not need to use all of the parts all of the time!
Just select the multi-grill arrangement that best suits your chosen cooking method.
The Honey Stove works best with small pieces of dried wood no thicker than a pencil; two fistfuls of these twigs will boil 500 ml of water in around 8-10
minutes. This is an impressive statistic, one that Ray put to the test and was very pleased to see ring true.
- Made from 0.7 mm Stainless Steel
- Supplied in Velcro-sealed bag, large enough to also hold your tinder
- Dimensions when packed flat: 15 cm x 15 cm x 1 cm
- Total weight: 342 g