Pine Honey

GBP9.00

A wonderfully flavoursome honey made from the honeydew of the boreal pine forests of Lithuania.

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This wonderfully flavoursome honey is made from the honeydew of the boreal pine forests of Lithuania. It has a rich, earthy taste and a thick, creamy texture.

Honeydew comes from the sweet secretions of aphids or other plant sap-sucking insects. Honeydew honey is generally dark brown in colour, with a rich fragrance of stewed fruit or fig jam, and is not as sweet as nectar honey.

From late June to mid-July foraging options are getting limited in the boreal forests and the bees will likely start collecting honeydew as opposed to flowers.

Great in yoghurt, porridge and on toast, you will love this rich orange-coloured honey.

Weight 221 g

Tasting Notes

Pine tree honey has a full-bodied yet pleasant flavour that suggests pine sap. This is also one of those honey that makes a perfect and much healthier alternative to table sugar. It is a thick, creamy honey with an earthy, amber-like flavour.

Benefits

Pine honey has a wide range of medicinal benefits, unfortunately, we are legally unable to provide any medical advice. Please contact us for a free consultation.

Certified Origins

Lithuanian flagPackaged in Shropshire, England

Clinical References

Clinical evidence of the ingredients found in this product. These are public domain references and do not relate directly to our product.

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