Raw local honey

I thought of starting a blog about ten days ago. Since then I’ve been wondering where to start, what to write…but I’ve got to start somewhere! So today I’d like to write about what I bought this weekend.

Row honey from a local beekeeper!

A couple of months ago, I learned how wonderful raw honey was, its magical properties and how it could be used for many different things, including, like medicine rather than food or sweetener.

At that time I thought any local honey would be naturally ‘raw’, means not heated or processed like mass-produced honey from a supermarket. However, it seems it’s not true – it seems like, not all the local honey is raw.

I didn’t know that until I met my local beekeeper, from whom I bought these lovely jars of honey, who is so passionate about his work and proud of the raw honey he produces.

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The left jar is from summer flowers, and the right one is from early spring flowers.

I tasted both, and they were both simply amazing. The honey has got soft creamy texture – at this time of the year, it is naturally ‘set’ (rather than ‘runny’), I heard.

I bought the raw honey not for a medical reason, but I’m excited that I’ve encountered this lovely honey and now I can enjoy a spoonful of raw honey every morning. It tastes like it is full of good energy too!

I am also so fortunate that this beekeeper lives within a walking distance from my home. I’ve been a big fan of local products, especially local honey. But above all, this honey feels so special, as it is produced by his great passion and love. I believe, anything produced with love and passion is great, radiating wonderful energy.

By the way, I Googled ‘local honey’ this time when my last jar of local honey finished. The Internet is truly great. I found this site; a non-commercial directory of local beekeepers in the UK:

http://www.honeybeehive.co.uk/honey/suppliers

I feel this site itself is made of love and passion too. Highly recommended if you are looking for local honey!