Spun Cinnamon Honey

Cinnamon Honey

Cinnamon Honey Available Now!

 

It’s finally here,  Whipped Cinnamon Honey! This is something we have all been waiting for for a long time. But what is it? Whipped honey is created when you have a honey that crystallizes very quickly (which happens when glucose sugars break down and form tiny crystals). By taking some of that crystallized honey and whipping it together with a honey that’s still in a liquid state, we create a perfectly delicious “whipped honey.” Whipped honey varieties are caught somewhere in between a liquid and a solid state. Whipped honeys are spreadable and creamy in texture. At Savannah Bee Company, we like to use a very special wildflower honey from the Rocky Mountains of  Montana and Idaho for whipping. I actually prefer a crystallized or whipped honey to liquid honey, because it’s so easy to put on toast or an English muffin, and I loved that slightly grainy texture.

I’ve enjoyed our Winter White honey for a long time, which is a simple, but absolutely delicious whipped wildflower honey.  I have really enjoyed stirring Winter White honey in my coffee as a sugar substitute and spreading it on apple slices ever since I started working for Savannah Bee. It has a slight cinnamon flavor that occurs naturally in the crystallized white honey. But with this new whipped honey, we have added a generous amount of  top notch cinnamon to really make the flavor really pop! The only word for our Whipped Cinnamon Honey is decadent. This amazing honey has  just the right texture too – fluffy and a little grainy from the crystals. You can heat it up and drizzle it over bread for an instant cinnamon bun. Sounds too good to be true, right?

All of us here at Savannah Bee really wanted this honey to be something special so we have pulled out all the stops in creating this product.  We decided to use the highest quality cinnamon available. We have selected a cinnamon known as Ceylon Cinnamon, which is native to and produced in Sri Lanka. Ceylon Cinnamon is sourced from the plant Cinnamomum Zeylanicum. Ceylon Cinnamon is known throughout the world for its incredible health promoting properties. It is recommended across Asia to help lower cholesterol, prevent heart disease, and for blood sugar regulation. In addition, Ceylon cinnamon is suggested to be an important part of a cancer prevention diet!

The type of cinnamon found most commonly in grocery stores is called Cassia Cinnamon, which comes from the Cinnamomum cassia plant that grows mainly in China and Indonesia. Although the cinnamon derived from this plant is also naturally antibacterial, it is nutritionally inferior to Ceylon Cinnamon. So, naturally we decided to make our spun cinnamon honey with Ceylon Cinnamon. Not only does our Whipped Cinnamon Honey taste like a delicious dessert, the combination of the cinnamon and honey together deliver a powerfully nourishing synergy.

Now is the time to indulge in something delicious and nutritious with our new Whipped Cinnamon Honey. And, whenever you start to feel guilty about the calories, just remember you’re lowering your cholesterol and preventing diseases down the road. I can’t wait to pick up my own bottle now that it is finally available!

Why Should You Try Honey and Cinnamon?

Honey and Cinnamon

 

Submitted By: Nash Steele

Comments (8)

  1. Megan Sharpe says:

    What are the calories per serving on this? My fav product! Thanks

    1. brantley says:

      For this product, a serving is 1 Tablespoon, which has 45 calories.

      Thanks for the great question!

  2. Laura Thompson says:

    My precious daughter and son-in-law recently traveled to the beautiful coast of the Carolinas and stopped into your store. She brought her dear, old mum some of the honeycomb and the Honey for Cheese as she knows I love honey various cheeses. They are BOTH truly delicious and can’t wait to order my Cinnamon Honey!

  3. Jack says:

    After reading this I immediatly went a tried the new honey. Your descriptions could not have been more spot on. Im glad this company would rather spend more money to make a higher quality product than just put out some standard cinnamon honey. Great post Nash and thanks for the info.

  4. Lily says:

    Didn’t think anything could be on the same level of deliciousness as Winter White AND have so many health benefits too- I cannot wait to try it! Thanks for surprising us again Savannah Bee!

  5. Ruth C. says:

    A question: I would like to buy this product for a friend who prefers raw foods. Is the honey/cinnamon raw or pasteurized? Would it be considered organic? Thanks.

    1. brantley says:

      Hi Ruth, great question! No Savannah Bee honey has or will ever be pasteurized. This product actually contains two different honeys, a crystallized seed honey and a wildflower honey. The seed crystal is completely raw and crystallized. The wildflower honey is slowly heated to 118 degrees F and minimally filtered to remove any debris. Normally raw honey standards do not exceed temperatures above 120 degrees F. However, we do not classify this honey as raw. We only use the raw classification for honey that has not been heated at all. The seed crystal and the wildflower honey are spun or whipped together at which point the cinnamon is added. The cinnamon we use is 100% Ceylon Cinnamon from Sri Lanka which does not carry an organic certification but is a very high integrity product. So, to answer your question, probably raw although we do not make this distinction and not certified organic.

  6. Kate says:

    ” And, whenever you start to feel guilty about the calories, just remember you’re lowering your cholesterol and preventing diseases down the road. ” I LOVE that!!! Good tip, Nash! 🙂

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