Raw Hungarian Acacia Honeycomb 210g
Honeycomb is made up of the hexagonal shaped cells, produced by bees and used to store honey. The pure golden honeycomb is a chewy and moreish delight. It has a harmonic taste and the rich floral aroma of acacia blossoms, with just a hint of vanilla.
Acacia honeycomb is the perfect addition to yogurt and oatmeal for a delicious and healthy breakfast, or spread onto fresh warm toast and watch as the waxy cells ooze honey and melt over the bread. Alternatively, sprinkle over desserts and ice cream, or drizzle over savoury dishes like salads and cheese boards to provide a mouthwatering sweet counterpoint and an infusion of floral aromas.
Due to Acacia honey's antibacterial properties, a spoonful of it is recommended to ease coughing and sore throat. It can also provide relief from indigestion caused by hyperacidity. Meanwhile its ratio of fructose to sucrose means it is ideal for diabetics. Honeycomb is known to reduce levels of bad cholesterol, while at the same time increase the levels of good cholesterol, contributing to your vascular health. Meanwhile, naturally occurring antioxidants can protect the liver.
Free from artificial colours, flavours and preservatives.
GMO, gluten and lactose free.
Suitable for vegetarians.
100% Raw Hungarian Acacia Honeycomb
About the Manufacturer
Varaljai’s Honey Farm is a family business run by the award-winning expert apiarist Laszlo Varaljai. The company is located in Southern Hungary, in the middle of the Hungarian Great Plains, an area of pristine natural beauty, sparsely populated and untouched by industrialisation. This bucolic countryside, dotted by forests of acacia and chestnut trees and with flowery meadows of fragrant lavender and milkweed nestled among fields of canola and sunflower, provides the perfect conditions for the harvesting of the finest pure single-flower honey possible. The honey is extracted using traditional methods in a sustainable manner, in total harmony with nature. The result is unpasteurised and unprocessed raw honey, teeming with natural goodness.