Bee Harmony Brazilian Raw Organic Honey, 12 Ounce

Bee Harmony Brazilian Raw Organic Honey, 12 Ounce

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We source our Brazilian Raw Organic honey from the lush tropical regions of Brazil. Produced without having the use of pesticides and antibiotics, and tasted and tested to meet our strict top quality standards, this offers a softer, clearer color and a lot more delicate flavor than typical organic honeys. Handcrafted by the harmony of bees and individuals, then packed and sealed with care, Bee Harmony comes in a clear glass jar so you can see the colour and clarity of the honey for yourself. Get pleasure from this premium raw honey with natural pollens and enzymes, from beekeepers tending their honeybees utilizing responsible practices that maintain them healthful and thriving.

Value: $11.99

  • Raw honey with natural pollens and enzymes
  • Sourced from trusted, choose beekeepers committed to tending bees responsibly
  • Handcrafted with care and interest
  • USDA Certified Organic, Accurate Supply Certified®, U.S. Grade A Strained
  • The Beesponsible Honey, produced for the really like of bees

3 thoughts on “Bee Harmony Brazilian Raw Organic Honey, 12 Ounce

  • April 23, 2018 at 12:52 pm
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    11 of 12 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    because I thought it would be fun to try all of the different kinds, January 10, 2018

    By Wayne

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    This review is from: Bee Harmony American Raw Clover Honey, 12 Ounce (Misc.)

    This clover-type is the bees’ knees. I bought all five of these honeys, because I thought it would be fun to try all of the different kinds… It was not that good of an idea, in retrospect, because I found I enjoyed the other varieties much less, the further they got away from the “standard”.

    My least favorites do a bit of a switch- the orange blossom tastes like a fragrance used as a dip, however, it’s much better baked into cornbread. On the other hand, the berry seemed to take on that characteristic when baked into cornbread, while not doing that nearly as much used as a dip.

    I’m not going to copy and paste this four times- I put 4 stars on the wildflower, 3 on the brazilian, and 2 on the berry and orange blossom.

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  • April 23, 2018 at 1:04 pm
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Way better than I expected!, March 25, 2018

    By CR

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    This review is from: Bee Harmony American Raw Orange Blossom Honey, 12 Ounce (Misc.)

    This is the first orange blossom honey I’ve had where you could guess the flower right away. It’s thicker than other raw honey I’ve had but in a very good way. Extremely delicious flavor without being overpoweringly sweet. Definitely will be trying the other varieties and getting this again!

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  • April 23, 2018 at 1:05 pm
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    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Think twice before buying honey at the grocery, March 22, 2018

    By LadyE

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    This review is from: Bee Harmony American Raw Clover Honey, 12 Ounce (Misc.)

    Read an email sent by Well Done, article about think twice before buying grocery story honey.
    The article said look for the label “True Source Certified,” (Well Done article sent February 16, 2018). I checked out numerous online stores; I saw one on Amazon.com (could be more) that said True Source Certified, and that is Bee Harmony. The price is okay for 12 oz. ($10.49). The taste is great, I only needed to use a small amount, learned the hard way with the first time purchase Bee Harmony on February 20, 2018, I used more than necessary. How Bee Harmony package for delivery is like how mother would wrap her child for a cold winter day, taking great care; I will purchase again. Below is some part of the article.
    Why You Should Think Twice Before Buying Grocery Store Honey
    What to Know When Shopping for Honey
    Because there are few regulations and several loopholes surrounding honey production and labeling, it can be difficult to know if the sweet stuff you see on your grocery store shelf is actually authentic, explains Hultin.
    That said there are certain keywords that can help steer you in the right direction.
    For starters, avoid the term “ultra-filtrated” because that means the original source of the honey is not traceable.
    Also, don’t be fooled by the name “pure honey.” It’s not a meaningful description, explains Hultin, and doesn’t prevent against a contaminated product. Instead, look for the label “True Source Certified,” which indicates that the honey was voluntarily traced using a third party auditing system.
    Price can also be a tip-off. “Producing real honey is a time and resource-intensive process and the costs will reflect that,” says Largeman-Roth. “You shouldn’t expect to pay just a few dollars for a jar of honey.”
    Perhaps you’re best—and safest—bet is to purchase honey from a local farmer.
    “You can ask them about their bees and harvesting practices which will help ensure that you are getting the real deal,” says Hultin.

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