Trail Blaze | Forest Honey | Organic Raw Unpasteurized | Wildflower Honey

Trail Blaze | Forest Honey | Organic Raw Unpasteurized | Wildflower Honey


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Meliferous organic, raw + unfiltered honey from the nature sanctuaries surrounding the Bruce Trail near Borer's Falls and Rock Chapel, ON. Unique oak, walnut and mulberry forests!

A very sweet honey with wonderful aromas and tastes of apple, rosehip, and wildflowers. Our bees happily forage along the Niagara Escarpment (possibly taking the Bruce Trail itself) to gather nectar from oak-maple forests, wild grapes, mulberries, blackberries, basswood, magnolias, black walnuts and more. This honey has a persistent and lingering taste reminiscent of what can only be described as sweet delicate flowers. 

This honey is raw. It has not been heated, pasteurized or processed in any way. The differences between raw and pasteurized honey are substantial. Raw honey is an alkaline-forming food that contains natural vitamins, enzymes, powerful antioxidants and other important natural nutrients. These are the very nutrients that are destroyed during the heating and pasteurization process. In fact, pasteurized honey is equivalent to and just as unhealthy as eating refined sugar.

It worth to taste this unique honey just for one time and then ... you will love it! 

This item is not returnable. We can only ship in Ontario at this time, sorry. If you make a purchase and it is to be sent elsewhere, we apologize for the error at the checkout. Unfortunately we are just not allowed to ship nationally or internationally. Please fill free to contact us with any questions.

With the purchase of this item you will Adopt-a-Bee and the money goes directly back into our hives. To say thank you to our hardworking ladies, be sure to let us know the name of your adopted bee as we'll hand paint her name on her hive. Plus you'll receive a downloadable certificate for doing your part in supporting honey bee populations.

Be sure to let us know the name of your adopted Bee!

250 grams

Next harvest = October 2018

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