Info: 250 g Glass Jars; Available in Several Types
Honey is a wonderful food item, not only for its sweet flavour, but also its ability to soothe the throat and vocal cords. But not all honey tastes the same -- it takes on different hues, depending on the type of flowers or other types of plant nectar which the bees gather to produce it. While many of us have had local honey, or even honey all the way from New Zealand, why not expand our palates further to sample honey products from a different continent altogether?
These 100% raw, pure, unpasteurized honeys all come from the country of Chile in South America, some drawing from tree blossoms, flowers or plants most of us have never heard of, but which may be terrific enhancements for your favourite teas, smoothies, or morning toast, or tasty pick-me-up treats by the spoonful right out of the jar.
Descriptions for each type:
Multi-Floral Honey (250g), Grade No. 1 Golden: has a creamy light yellow colour, a rich floral flavour, and a very thick, creamed consistency.
Tiaca (tree) Honey (250g), Grade No. 1 Amber: has a bright creamy white colour; an intense, vibrant, fruity flavour with a hint vanilla; makes a great complement to fresh fruit such as apples or pears; and has antibacterial and anti fungal properties.
Ulmo (tree) Honey (250g), Grade No. 1 Amber: a delicious creamed honey with hints of vanilla and caramel; enjoy it on top of a cheesecake, or in lemonade; rich in vitamins and nutrients and has a small amount of hydrogen peroxide, a natural antibacterial agent.