One Pound (16 oz.) Raw, Unfiltered Honey from North Carolina
This listing is for one, 16 oz. (1 lb.) jar of raw, unfiltered, unprocessed honey from our own hives in Greensboro, North Carolina.
All honey, from different areas and times of year, will taste differently. Because we don't blend our honey, but take it straight from the hive to the bottle, two of our own bottles of honey may taste slightly different (if you can notice it). Our honey is a wildflower honey that is comprised mostly of Tulip Poplar nectar, with some blackberry and other flower nectar mixed in. The Tulip Poplar nectar provides a slight redish tint to the honey, while keeping it very sweet, not overly light in flavor, but not overpowering either. It's a very sweet honey, and great for teas, cooking, or just taking a spoonful every now and then.
Our honey is never pasteurized or high-pressure filtered so it keeps all the trace vitamins, minerals, enzymes, flavors and aromas of fresh honey, straight from the hive.
All raw, unfiltered honey will granulate in time. This will happen with all natural honey and doesn't mean the honey has "gone bad" (honey will never spoil unless it gets exposed to water). Simply heat the container in a hot pot of water to re-liquefy. We recommend not heating it over 100 degrees to prevent the loss of flavor, enzymes, and nutritional benefits. But heating it up to 150 degrees for a short period of time will re-liquefy granulated honey faster.
This honey has been processed by one person: me, the beekeeper. No packagers, producers, middlemen, or other people handling your honey. I prepare the bees, put the supers on, take the supers off, extract the honey from the comb, put it into the bottle and ship it to you. That simple! Just as it should be.