About Our Honey
Help! My Honey Is No Longer Liquid!
When your honey crystallizes, it means that you’ve chosen a real, natural honey product like ours. Crystallization occurs because of the natural qualities inside. The natural sugars in honey will bind together and begin to form little crystals, which can start making your honey harder. With differing blends, some honey will begin to crystallize faster than others. Since out honey is raw and unfiltered, it also contains pollen. The bits of pollen can also provide a platform for the crystals to begin forming. But pollen is important and is prevalent in 100% pure honey. It can also help you overcome local allergies!
You can still eat and cook with crystallized honey exactly as you normally would. It will melt into your hot drinks and into your baked dishes just like liquid honey. If you prefer not to mess with your favorite treat and want to keep your honey liquid again, simply give it a bath. Take a large bowl, fill it with warm water and let your honey sit until the crystals melt away. Be warned though, the longer it has been crystalizing, the harder it is to return to a liquid. Instead, spread it on toast, use in tea, or use it in baking. That's what we do.
Wildflower honey comes from the nectar of the flowers that bloom in the late summer and early fall. It is usually a darker but sweet honey.
Red Bamboo honey comes from the nectar of the flowering Red Bamboo or Knotweed plant. It is a very dark honey with a savory flavor.
Spring Blossom is usually available in mid summer, and comes from the nectar of the flowers that bloom in the late spring and early summer. This is usually a very light colored honey that is very sweet.
Blueberry honey comes from the nectar of the blueberry blossom and is a very sweet honey.