Basswood honey is called Linden honey in Europe and Lime honey in England however it is not a citrus tree. It produces a light and fragrant floral honey. There are hints of lemon in its pleasantly sweet taste. Our basswood is very light in color and pairs well with teas, green apples, yogurt, biscuits and ice cream.
Raw honey is important to preserve the nutrients and enzymes in the honey and its important to leave all the good stuff in the honey to obtain the benefits of this amazing honey.
Heavily processing the honey destroys the enzymes and great benefits of the honey. It's important to cold pack the honey so the heat does not destroy its great benefits. It also needs to be lightly screened to allow the great particles to be retained in the honey.
Honey Feast is a producer of small batch American honey in Florida. We are natural beekeepers trying to find innovative ways to manage beehives naturally. By supporting Honey Feast you are helping a small business make a difference in the community. We install hives in urban areas, create pollinator gardens, raise money for hive installations, try to treat bees naturally with innovative techniques such as essential oils and reishi mushroom extracts. Together we can we can make a positive impact