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  • Savannah Bee Raw Acacia Honeycomb
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Raw Acacia Honeycomb

Raw Acacia Honeycomb
Raw Acacia Honeycomb (12.3oz-15oz) Qty
$19.70
Raw Acacia Honeycomb Mini (5.6 oz) Qty
$12.70
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  • Product Details

    The most raw form of honey, our Savannah Bee Company Raw Acacia Honeycomb is beautiful to look at and delicious to eat! Acacia honey is one of the most sought after honey varieties in the world. Its light color, mild taste, incredible clarity, and slow rate of crystallization put it at the top of the honey world. And to have it in honeycomb form is simply divine.

    Our Raw Acacia Honeycomb comes in two sizes, the larger of which has a minimum weight of 12.3oz, but can weigh up to 15oz. Looking for a gift or trying honeycomb for the first time? Try the mini, weighing in at a minimum of 5.6oz.

    The beeswax comb is entirely edible, contains natural Vitamin A is a source of roughage. Kids and adults may like taking a big piece and chewing on it like gum, swallowing the honey and chewing the beeswax until you feel like spitting it out. 

    Note: The date on the honeycomb expiration sticker is in the European format, which reads day/month/year, while the American format reads month/day/year. It never spoils but eat it up anyway.

    Check out the Bee Blog for delicious and creative ideas on how to eat honeycomb!

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  • Region

    Hungary
  • Tasting Notes

    Acacia honey is known for its incredibly light and sweet flavor. A discerning palate will find wonderfully subtle hints of vanilla.   

  • Pairings

    Acacia Honeycomb pairs nicely with fruit and cheese.
  • Did You Know?

    • Acacia honey is widely produced across Eastern Europe.
    • Acacia nectar is collected by honey bees from the blossoms of Robinia pseudoacacia. This tree species is also known as the Black Locust (sometimes known as the American Locust)
    • Robinia pseudoacacia is native to the southeastern United States but was introduced into Europe in the 1700's and has been widely cultivated across the continent. 
    • Black Locust trees have nitrogen-fixing bacteria living inside tiny root nodules. These bacteria allow the tree to grow and thrive in nitrogen-poor soils.
    • Acacia honey is very slow to crystallize.
    • Acacia honey is prized around the world and is known for its great clarity.
    • The flavor of Acacia honey is often described as having subtle hints of vanilla.

     

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mbowman

light and yummy

Ah, nice with fruit, cheese or just a taste on anything. clear honey that is yummy!

4 out of 5 Stars

Toussa

Excelent product

This was my first honey purchase from this company and I must say I was extremely impressed with the quality. It is 100% worth the price. I may not repurchase this specific one for a bit ONLY because now I must try other products but it is definitely a keeper.

5 out of 5 Stars

nojofan

Mmmm Honey!

My friends brought me back one of these from their trip to Savannah. It's BEEELICIOUS...I mean delicious! :D

The mini will not last me through this weekend. :-p

5 out of 5 Stars

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