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Crème and Liquid Honey Flavors

What is the difference between a crème and liquid honey?

Crème honeys are created by adding fruit concentrates or spice to a  barrel of honey and then crystallizing it. Crystallization makes the honey spreadable, like butter.

Liquid pure honeys are the "honey flavored honey." Although these flavors all "taste like honey," the flavor differences come from the flowers from which bees collect nectar. If beehives are set in a patch of blackberries for example, the bees will gather the nectar of blackberry blossoms.  The flavors are distinctly different, as different as one wine from another, but less obviously different than honey crèmes.


Crème honey flavors:

(Added fruit or spice)
Natural Whipped (pure honey)
Cinnamon
Blackberry
Blueberry
Raspberry
Cranberry
Strawberry
Lemon
Orange
Amaretto
Peach
Black Cherry
Rum Spice
Vanilla Velvet
Lavender
Ginger Lemon
Maple
Espresso

Liquid honey flavors

(Natural Nectars)
Washington Wildflower
Washington Wild Blackberry
Sunflower
Clover
Thistle                                                                                                   Snowberry                                                                                     Cranberry Nectar

Buckwheat/Wildflower

Buckwheat

 

 

 

 

 

 

 






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