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Big Island Bees 'Ohi'a Lehua Honey

This creamy, ivory-colored honey is one of the rarest varieties in the world, with a solid, spreadable consistency like butter. Produced by bees that only pollinate the 'ohi'a lehua blossom, it has a delicate floral taste that is distinct but won't overpower other flavors—it's ideal for light green and white teas. And we guarantee that you'll want to use this scoopable honey as more than just a sweetener. Its 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. Fourth-generation family producer Big Island Bees specializes in authentic Hawaiian honeys, harvested from bees that eat only honey and nectar, thereby producing high-quality honey. All of their products bear the Hawaii Department of Agriculture's Seal of Quality.
  • Net Weight: 9 ounces
  • Allergens: Produced in a facility that also handles nuts and dairy
  • Certified: Organic
  • Place of Origin: Hawaii