Honeycomb Acacia Tray, 12 oz
Ingredients: 100% pure, unfiltered, raw acacia honey
The honey inside the beeswax honeycomb cells represents the purest and most nutrient-dense raw honey available
From acacia forests of Hungary
Dimensions: 5.5" x 4.5" x 1.5"
Weight: 0.94 lb.
4.5 avg. (13 reviews)
Love this honey but the package is a little difficult to open if any honey gets on the rim. Run it under hot water to melt the rim honey to open it easier.
thought there would be more honey but what is there is delish.....love ie
I thought there would be more honey flowing but was is there is delish
This is the best, I love the honeycomb . So good on English muffins
I would have given this product more stars, but it came packed on its side and the package was left on my hot porch. By the time I open the box, the honey had leaked all over the box and the other items I had ordered, a big sticky mess. I think most of the honey leaked out which is a shame because it was pricey. It is fun to eat however.
Honeycomb looks great, but arrives a MESS
This is round two on the Honeycomb Acacia Tray for me. I sent the first one back because it was a sticky mess when it arrived; it was all over the inside of the box. Returning it was no problem but when the second one arrived, it was even worse. It had leaked out the corner of the box and had all my mail stuck together. I am not going to return the second one. I will try to clean up the tray as best I can because this is a gift for someone who loves honey. But before you order, be warned that it may be a "sticky" situation when it arrives. Someone should think of a better way to contain this product before shipping it.
Acacia honey is one of the most sought after honey varieties in the world. Acacia honey sits at the pinnacle of the honey world and is well-loved for its nearly water-white/gold color, mild taste, incredible clarity, and the slow rate of crystallization.
Beekeeping is a labor of love for Ted Dennard, who took it up after a chance encounter with Roy Hightower. Roy was looking for a spot to keep his hives, and in exchange for some space on the Dennard’s forest retreat, he introduced young Ted to the ways of honeybees. Ever since that meeting, bees have been a major part of Ted’s life. He even taught beekeeping in Jamaica when he was with the Peace Corps. Many years later Ted turned his passion into a business, and today he heads The Savannah Bee Company, which offers gourmet honey and gifts created from single blossom types.