A very rare honey, cranberry bogs only bloom for 2 weeks yearly in limited areas around the United States. Our Cranberry Honey comes from Wisconsin cranberry bogs and is reminiscent of the fruit itself. Like the fruit, this honey has a delightful red hue and a strong berry flavor without the tartness of the cranberry. Pairs beautifully with our Crimson Berry herbal.
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Natural raw honey has the seemingly magical capability of spontaneously "setting" or crystallizing. Each honey will crystallize at a different rate based on the sugar and water composition. With its wonderful texture and more concentrated flavor, we recommend crystallized honey as a delicious spread over toast! If liquid honey suits you better, simply heat a warm water bath to 100 degrees and remove the pan from the heat. Submerge your jar with the cap removed and allow to stand 20-30 minutes. It will be ready to pour again! An uncertain amount of time will pass before the honey may need de-crystallization again, and then simply repeat these steps as needed.
The gorgeous cranberry bogs of Wisconsin.
Health Benefits of Cranberry Blossom Honey
Research shows honey works as well as dextromethorphan, a common ingredient in over the counter cough medications.
Honey never goes bad! Sealed honey vats found in King Tut’s tomb still contained edible honey, despite over 2,000 years beneath the desert sands.