Raw Macadamia Nut Honey
Raw Macadamia Nut honey is a Hawaiian favorite. It’s thick and buttery and has a subtle deep and distinct flavor. It has a nice subtle flavor, that’s smooth and blends well – while improves the overall taste.
It’s produced by the honey bees pollinating the macadamia nut tree blossoms in January and February each year on the Hawaiian Islands.
Macadamia honey is a mono-floral honey produced from honey bees pollinating the white flower blossoms of the macadamia trees.
Macadamia Nut Honey is great for cooking and pairs well with many foods. It’s nutty undertones make it a true Hawaiian delicacy. Try off a spoon, in coffees or teas and on toast. Mix with macadamia, granola and coconut, or add a touch of cinnamon in a cup of hot water. It also pairs nicely with lemon, fresh strawberries or in bread pudding.