Raw Chestnut Honey - 250g (out of Date) - Out of Stock

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Please note this product is past its best before end date (June 2018) . We guarantee that it is safe to eat and will still be delicious. The best before end date provides an indication of when the raw honey is likely to crystallise, The price has been reduced to reflect this.

Raw, Unpasteurised & Incredibly Tasty.

Luxuriously dark and rich with a deep sweet and malty flavour.

Very dark in colour, almost black. Goes a creamy brown when set.

Produced in the untouched landscape of Aragon near Valencia in southern Spain.

Ramon's raw chestnut honey is a luxurious, dark and bold honey. It has a deep, malty flavour and a caramel-like sweetness, which many people love. This is one of our richest types of honey, with some comparing it to treacle. Tree honey tends to be dark, have a deeper flavour and is less likely to crystalise due to a relatively low glucose content. Tree honeys tends to be well-suited to those wo like complex, rich flavours.

Colour: This honey is dark in colour, almost black.

Where does the honey come from? This variety of chestnut honey comes from Aragon in Spain, a largely untouched, wild and diverse landscape close to the French border at the north and borders with Valencia to the south.

Who produces the honey? This chestnut variety comes from Uncle Ramon, a friendly hip beekeeper with a passion for traditional methods of honey production. Ramon produces a wide variety of different honey, all completely raw with nothing added or taken away.
Please see here for a full profile on Ramon:

What about the tree the honey comes from? The chestnut tree also known as Castanea or Castano in Spanish is a large deciduous tree which produces edible nuts. The bees love to feed on the sap that comes from the tree as well as the blossoms that it produces. The tree lends a beautiful and unique taste to the honey, the nutty flavour carries through as well as a taste a little similar to maple syrup but slightly more rich and malty. Chestnut can lend a bitter taste to honey but not always, it is known to be one of the most varied types of honey in taste, differing considerably from one area to another.

Honey Facts: Chestnut honey is higher in fructose than other types, this serves as good source of energy. Hence, a spoon of chestnut honey helps to relieve fatigue immediately.


Please know that raw honey does crystalise and this is a natural process that occurs mainly due to the natural glucose in raw honey. For more information on why honey sets visit this article and for a more scientific explanation go to wikipedia.


About Us - Here at The Raw Honey Shop we take honey very seriously and we believe honey should be RAW, unpasteurised and 100% natural. Since 2008 we've been introducing our customers to a whole new world of pure all natural unpasteurised raw honey. With a product catalogue consisting of over 30 different raw and organic honeys we have a variety to suit all tastes.

Thank you for visiting our shop and we look forward to introducing you to a world of raw, pure and truly wonderful natural honey, the way the bees would want it!

*Product photo is representative of this product. Honey colour and texture may vary depending on the season and level of crystalization. Please check the product title and description for accurate contents.*


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