ORGANIC HONEY, Brazilian, raw
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Quality: dark amber with a tropical taste
Production: The drums of honey are pre-warmed to 50°F to allow for pouring consistency, before being pumped through a stainless screen into holding tanks to remove particulates. Final fill into drum is by gravity.
Disclaimer: this product has been packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and other potential allergens.
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When I ordered this honey I did take into account the bad reviews, however I ordered the big pail. I think it’s pathetic that someone is so wasteful that they just throw the entire container out because of the aftertaste that isn’t even that bad. Think of how much work the bees had to do to produce that. Shame on that customer. I just want to say, yes there is an aftertaste that I am finding hard to describe without sounding too disgusting, but it’s kind of like stale corn tortilla chips, or some other people may say, stinky gym socks. It’s edible, but anything you use to make with it will have that slight aftertaste to it. I’ve tried many honeys from many different bee keepers, and bees from many different flower crops. You see, the taste depends on where the pollen comes from. Sometimes it’s just a myriad of wildflowers. Sometimes it’s goldenrod (my personal favourite) sometimes it’s clover (too floral for me) but this matters as to what the final product will taste like. I suspect that this honey was made using something like canola flowers, or similar cheap crop. Also, the texture started out a little runny with crystals, but now it has formed into a pretty sticky solid crystally mass at the bottom of the pail. No, I won’t be buying again. I’ll get the creamed. But I’ll tell you this: I am almost done the whole Pail. Don’t ever waste food. It’s spitting in the face of Mother Nature, and how dare anyone do that! Perhaps to the OM team, find out what flowers the bees get this honey from, it should be easy for you to do this. Post it in the ad, so everyone can decide for themselves.