Christmas Berry Honey will be one of the featured honey varieties in the December 3-Pack. This honey can be described as light and floral with a familiar honey taste. The Christmas Berry tree is also known as the Brazilian Pepper Tree because of its distinct red berries that are commonly used in holiday decorations such as wreaths. Subscribe to the December box to try this featured honey along with our two most popular varieties Orange Blossom and Wildflower.
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OMG this honey is so lip smakin' good. After buying from our local farmer's market we were hooked. We've tried raw agave nectar, ginger honey, vanilla honey, avocado honey, orange blossom honey, Christmas berry, cinnamon honey, etc and they are all deliciously addictive. We visit our local honey dealer frequently and find it difficult to buy just one.
I ordered a one month box to be given as a gift. My friends received it on time, in good condition, and love the unique flavors. This was a huge hit! Once the honey they received is gone I’ll send another one.
They took some honey and added it to hot water and made a very flavorful tea. They absolutely love it.
Thanks for a great product!
Love this honey! Great packaging and delicious taste
We've got great honey varieties to help you celebrate the Fall Season. This month we'll be featuring some great Fall flavors in our October edition of The Real Honey is Here subscription box. Fall is a time of the year that is full of traditional flavors and foods. Our Fall honey box is a perfect selection of honey varieties to compliment all of the flavors of the Fall season. Featuring Saw Palmetto, Cinnamon Infused, and Everglades honey. Perfect for the Fall season.
Our November Box featured three incredible honey varieties. Florida is famous for its Orange Blossom groves and the honey from these groves is the best in the world. Our Raw and Unfiltered Everglades Honey comes from bees that collect nectar from plants that grow naturally in the Florida Everglade National Park. Tropical Fruit honey comes from our hives that are located in areas of South Florida where fruit such as mango, avocado, guava, passion fruit, lychee are grown.