Honeymill Pure Lavender Honey is made with nectar collected by bees from Lavender flowers in France. Lavender Honey has a flowery taste and delicate Lavender aroma.
Lavender Honey is a limited and prized honey as it is only produced when bees are able to gather nectar from the Lavender flowers. Often known as miel de lavande in France, Lavender Honey is commonly used among all age groups as a spread over bread and scones. However, given the distinct flowery taste of this honey, the preference for it could be subjected to each.
Store this honey in room temperature, in a cool and dry place away from direct sunlight. It is not necessary to keep honey in the refrigerator. Always use a dry spoon for honey.
Crystallisation rate of Lavender Honey is fast. When that happens, place the honey bottle in warm water bath, and stir the crystallised honey until the honey crystals soften. Crystallisation is a natural process of honey.
No food essence and/or flavourings has been added to this product.
It is best paired with: On its own, teas, citric juice, toast and scones.
Months before Best Before Dates.