Our bees suckle on the nectar of multiple flowers and herbs blooming during any particular season to produce our Raw wildflower Honey. It boasts a dark golden-brown color, and based on the flora of the season, the honey flavor and color can vary. It usually takes longer to crystallize compared to other raw honey varieties.
Store Raw Multiflora Honey in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight. This helps maintain its quality and preserves its natural goodness over time.
Substitute for sugar, balance flavors in marinades, drizzle over breakfast treats, enhance baking, transform tea, create vibrant salads and glazes, and experiment with pairings.
Q. Does Raw Multiflora Honey crystallize?
Yes, raw honey can crystallize over time, which is a natural process. To liquify crystallized honey, gently warm the jar in a bowl of warm water.
Q. Can I give Raw Multiflora Honey to children?
A. Honey is not recommended for children under one year of age due to the risk of infant botulism. Consult a healthcare professional for advice.