There's a buzz around Trinity College.
The first jars of honey have been produced from beehives on the roof of the university.
The two beehives are part of their Campus Pollinator Plan which is part of a wider, national programme to reverse the decline in pollinators in Ireland and help to restore the bee populations. There has been a global decline in many bee species because of a mix of factors like pesticides, parasites, disease and habitat loss.
The honey produced by the Trinity bees will not be made available to the public and will be purely used for research purposes.
"These bees, they're city centre bees, they're foraging on the plants that are within probably 2 or 3 kilometres of Trinity", Professor in Botany at Trinity, Jane Stout told 98FM News.
"They're managing to find enough to forage on and they're producing this very delicious honey".