This is a lovely runny honey with a fruity flavour that comes from our apiary in our back garden. There are a lot of lime and blackberry nectars in this 2019 crop and it granulates quickly.

All pure honey will naturally start to crystallise and granulate over time and this is a sign of the quality of the honey. Some will set quicker than others, for example if the bees have been foraging on rape flowers. Granulated honey can be returned to its liquid state by gently heating the jar in warm water after loosening the lid, but it is important not to overheat or boil the water. Alternatively it could be placed in a warm location for 24 hours. The temperature should not exceed 45°C.

Honey normally has a best before date two years from the date it was drawn from the hive and will be fine kept in a cupboard, larder or other cool, dark, dry place for many months; once opened it should not be refrigerated as this will cause granulation.

Gluten Free✔ Lactose Free✔