We blend imported and certified raw kosher Ceylon and Korinje Cinnamon with 100% pure US Grade A Clover honey to create this sweet warm spread. Enjoy the balanced sweet, spicy and warm undertones paired with bright aromatic flavors. This amazing cinnamon honey contains the best cinnamon the world has to offer.
Using zero additives, we chill and slowly churn the honey and cinnamon to create an irresistible thick texture and a divine unforgettable taste. This is the finest Clover Grade A honey we could find, and is locally sourced from the beautiful terrains of Montana, never heated nor treated. We may also use Clover honey from South Dakota & Georgia.
Excellent off the spoon, on breads, sweet potatoes, oatmeal, warm carrots, apple pie and ice cream, turn ordinary foods into a memorable experience.
Looking to upgrade your sandwiches? Delight your taste buds by blending our Whipped Honeys and any of our Honey Butters together for a healthier, honey infused gourmet spread! Built By Bees proudly delivers you the highest-quality honey products from sustainable sources.
Ceylon Cinnamon is sweet and mild in taste while lighter in color and has been rightfully tagged as the most expensive Cinnamon. Ceylon Cinnamon comes from Sri Lanka and is also preferred over other varieties by many conventional doctors given its high antioxidant levels and low amounts of coumarin. Ceylon is rarely found in grocery stores.
Korinje Cinnamon is a much stronger Cinnamon. Left to itself, the Indonesian Korinje Cinnamon can dominant a palette and is a bit spicy. We’ve worked to tame these Cinnamon brethren, providing the best of both Cinnamons. Not too strong nor weak, and with just the right amount of sweetness, we’ve combined the Ceylon and Korinje Cinnamons to complement each other in the tastiest way possible. We’ll hope you will enjoy this Cinnamon Whipped Honey as much as we’ve enjoyed making it.
How Built by Bees Whipped Honey is Made
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