Blueberry Honeycomb Bundle: Better Together
Enjoy small-batch, Built by Bees Whipped Blueberry Honey & Raw Georgia Honeycomb. It’s a great and unique pairing perfect for blueberry and honey lovers. We call it the Whipped Blueberry Honeycomb Bundle.
Whipped Blueberry Honey
Small-batch, Built by Bees’ Blueberry Whipped Honey combines the best of raw honey and fruit. It’s made with 100% pure Grade A clover honey and fresh blueberries. We use Alapaha and and organic Rabbit Eye blueberries. These delicacies are hand-selected Georgia blueberries. They create an addictingly sweet and divine taste.
This whipped honey received a top culinary award as a 2019 Flavor of Georgia Finalist within the honey category.
A perfect spread on your favorite foods, enjoy our Blueberry Whipped Honey as a healthy option. Choose as a great alternative to saccharine and sugared fruit jellies. We love it spread on scones, biscuits, crepes, English muffins or straight off the spoon. It makes the perfect complement to any cheese and meat board. It pairs well drizzled over salads and ice creams or to sweeten teas as well.
Raw Georgia Honeycomb
Honeycomb is a superfood. It’s handmade by the bees from beeswax and raw honey. Ours is a unique, raw edible honey which includes a tasty combination of tupelo, gallberry and wildflower honeys – specific to the region. Our honeycomb originates from the great Okefenokee Swamplands where the floral sources are unique and indigenous. This 700 Square mile forest in southern Georgia is the most unspoiled and precious natural area in the USA.
Each honeycomb contains small amounts of bee pollen and royal jelly. This famous Georgia raw edible honeycomb has zero processing, filtering or manipulation.
Raw honeycomb is one of nature’s finest delicacies. This natural energy source is a delicious superfood and immune system builder. To learn more about this miracle of nature, please visit the blog article here.
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Built by Bees Whipped Honey Secrets
For more details on the secrets behind Built by Bees’ award-winning whipped honeys, please visit our blog article at: How Whipped Honey is Made. To learn the differences between naturally crystallized honeys (set honey) and whipped honeys, please visit here.