Raw Lavender Honey - 50g Tester
Rossends raw lavender honey is a smooth and beautiful tasting honey, warming and uplifting with a peachy and floral flavour. Suitable for all of the family due to its light pleasing palette.
More on the flavour: This is a very light and pleasant herb flower honey, it has a warm and soothing taste of creamy florals. It comes from bees feeding on the lavender bushes in the Mediterranean area, different from the tree sap honey which is often dark in appearance and strong in taste, this honey tends to be mild, lighter and softer in taste.
Where does the honey come from? This variety of lavender honey comes from Catalonia in Spain. The Catalonian Pyrenees are known for their pristine forests, high peaks and heavenly meadows, rushing rivers, winding streams and thundering waterfalls.
Who produces this honey? This lavender honey comes from Rossend. He treats honey like and art form and you can really tell, it has such a perfect consistency and the varieties range from very subtle to very overt. He has won many awards for his honey including from the well renowned iTQi (International Taste and Quality Institute) who rated several of his honey varieties in the superior taste award category.
What about the plant the honey comes from? The lavender plant is a herbaceous perennial shrub also known as espliego in Spanish. It tends to be short lived and has a wide amount of varieties in its genus. It is widely used as an essential oil in aromatherapy and is known to help relax and assist in better sleep and stress management.
Common Uses: Lavender honey is particularly good to use as a skin care treatment to heal burns, cuts, abrasions and infections. It is also very versatile in different recipes, such as: a glaze for meats, with salads, cakes, flapjacks, breads pastas and teas.
Lavender Honey Facts: Lavender honey is a favourite of many due to its beautiful warm flavour, it is said to assist in a good night’s sleep if taken before bedtime.
Please know that raw honey does crystalize and is a natural process that occurs due to high levels of natural glucose separating from naturally occurring liquids. For more information on why honey sets CLICK HERE - http://www.honey.com/images/uploads/general/crystallization.pdf
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