Big Island Bees 'Ohi'a Lehua Honey
This honey's airy, melt-in-your-mouth texture is great right off the spoon; mixed with butter or nut butters; or spread on toast, biscuits and cakes.
Big Island Bees Macadamia Nut Blossom Honey
This floral, nutty honey from Hawaii is almost impossibly smooth and slippery considering its high viscosity, with a rounded, velvety mouthfeel. Produced without any heat or filtration, it retains a rich, deep flavor that's reminiscent of butterscotch and maple, without the bitterness of similarly dark honeys.
Augier & Fils Lavender Honey
Augier & Fils Lavender Honey is a thick and creamy, pale yellow honey with a spreadable consistency that's ideal for eating straight off the spoon. We love its delicate floral and herbal aroma, which feels fresher and lighter than other floral honeys; it's not intensely lavender-flavored but rather reminds us of chamomile tea.
Augier & Fils Chestnut Honey
Honey aficionados will love this intense mono-floral honey from Provence, France, which has a smooth fluidity for drizzling and deep amber hue. Its deep floral, woody flavor is balanced by a subtle, pleasant bitterness, and the honey has a tannic finish thanks to its high mineral content. We were also impressed by its slick, glossy consistency, which is perfect for dissolving the honey into more assertive black teas or drizzling it over robust aged cheeses.
Three Peaks New Zealand Multifloral Manuka Honey Blend
Genuine manuka honey from New Zealand is creamy, opaque and full of botanical depth; Even the most aromatic wildflower honeys don't come close to its multifaceted depth of flavor. This wildflower and manuka blend has a soft floral sweetness, smooth, melt-in-your-mouth texture and rich golden hue. It contains more than 200 compounds not found in other honey, which are widely thought to give it antibacterial and antimicrobial properties.
Three Peaks 10+ UMF New Zealand Manuka Honey
Three Peaks' melt-in-your-mouth 10+UMF Manuka Honey is creamy, opaque and full of herbal complexity, with a deep amber hue and subtly hints of toffee. Even the most aromatic wildflower honeys don't come close to its multifaceted depth of flavor. It contains more than 200 compounds not found in other honey, which are widely thought to give it antibacterial and antimicrobial properties.