New England Cranberry Honey
Tasting Notes: Sourced from New England Beekeepers where bees forage on the Cape Cod cranberry bogs. Harvested after pollination is finished at the end of July, honey is a light amber color, buttery on the tongue with flavor that oozes tart red cranberries, warm cinnamon spice, brown sugar & dried plums.
Pairings: drizzled on warm brie with whole cranberries and pecans, or drizzled on acorn & butternut squash, as a honey glaze & spread on pumpkin or spice bread.
Raw Honey is unfiltered & harvested in micro batches which retain all of the pollen, antioxidants & amino acids that are lost in large-scale produced honey. Raw honey will crystalize, to re-liquify place jar in warm water. Never microwave
Packaged in glass jar