Acacia honey is really from a false acacia, Robinia pseudoacacia, generally identified as black locust, a tree native to eastern North America and extensively planted in Europe. The honey in the US is often labeled “American Acacia”. It has a decrease acid content material than other honeys. Its high fructose content implies that it can keep liquid for a long time. Its distinctive color ranges from light yellow to almost colorless.
- Acacia honey is light, sweet, and the best sugar substitute.
- Pure, natural, and raw honey. Not heated in any way, preserving the pollen and enzymes.
- Packed in glass jars.