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Definitely some of the best honey on the market!
on 12 February 2016
I love this honey. I love honey in general, because of all the health benefits it has given me over the years (total eradication of hay fever, general better health!), but this one tops all the ones I have tried. I almost feel like hugging it!
Here are all the pros I want you all to know:
1) It tastes delicious. Like, even better than your mum's cooking kind of delicious. o_o I never tasted a honey so rich and pure. Please DO note though, every time I buy a new batch of this honey, it never tastes the same. This is a testimony to how natural it is. No batch of honey is meant to taste exactly the same, with a variety of plants that contributed to making it - which is the choice of the bee!
2) It is as natural as you can get. I'm not kidding, I was buying the supermarket honey, and the common organic ones available from companies like Rowse, but there's bound to be a deficiency in quality when they aren't committed to organic, rather it's just money that is on their minds. I don't trust most of the honey that comes from the more 'advanced' GM-crop countries. GM-crops = GM honey = GM me! No thank you! >__<
However, I have total trust in this product's authenticity and health factors.
3) Buying it in a massive tub like this definitely helps to deflect some of the high expense which naturally comes when you opt for organic. Before discovering this holy grail, I was buying the 400ml glass jars, which were really making a hole in my wallet. </3 But I couldn't give up on the honey! So the fact that the company does big batches = happier (richer) customers!
However, despite my love for this product and 5* rating, there is one down side to THIS listing in particular.. which is, the fact that it comes in a plastic tub, and for us more health-concerned individuals, we know that plastic = bad-as-heck-for-health + leaches chemicals over time. So, it does make me a little sad that my heaven-sent honey may have been somewhat contaminated with plastic chemicals, but for now, this will do. :)
A tip, which I intend to do when I get the time - either store it in a cool place at all times (heat/extreme cold triggers the chemicals to come out faster), OR, even better, transfer the honey into a massive glass jar. : D
Please let me know if there's any more tips you have, and hit the 'Yes' below where it asks if I've been helpful! I like to know if spending my time reviewing does actually help people. Thank you! :)