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Florida Orange Blossom Honey

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Orange Blossom Honey 10.5 oz jar

Enticing and surprising, Bee Raw's Orange Blossom honey takes your senses on a journey through the orange grove. Notes of citrus and the tangy rind are playfully intertwined in a not-too-sweet captivating finish.

Enticing and surprising, Bee Raw’s Orange Blossom honey takes your senses on a journey through the orange grove. Notes of citrus and the tangy rind are playfully intertwined in a not-too-sweet captivating finish.

  • Apiary Location: Florida
  • Floral Source: Orange trees
  • Cheese Pairing: Manchego and other aged sheeps cheeses
  • Fruit Pairing:Lemon, lemonade
  • Tea Pairing: English breakfast, ceylon

Nutritional Facts

  • Serving size: 1 Tablespoon
  • 16g sugars, 17g carbohydrates, 0g fat, 60 calories

Note: Children under the age of one year should not consume raw honey.

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ALLERGY INFORMATION

If you are allergic to shellfish or crustaceans, you may also be allergic to insects.

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