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170g (5.9oz) of high-quality raw natural honey from Nagano Prefecture, Japan. This honey comes from Japanese linden trees that grow naturally in the mountains of the Northern Alps and have a mint-like scent and flavor. What makes this honey so special is that the flowers bloom only once every three years. The natural floral aroma and rich flavor are preserved because this honey is unheated, which also ensures minimal loss of nutrients. Enjoy this natural and raw honey with confidence knowing no additives such as sweeteners and other flavorings have been used. When added to tea, the minty scent gives the tea a comforting herbal flavor. On its own, the honey is a delicious addition to cheese and crackers, transforming any dinner or appetizer into a luxurious experience.
✔ Raw honey harvested in the Northern Alps of Nagano Prefecture, Japan, where bees freely fly around the rich land.
✔ Free of pesticides and herbicides due to being harvested in a remote mountain area.
✔ Minimal loss of nutrients and components due to the honey not being heated.
✔ Free of additives such as sweeteners and flavorings.
✔ Grown with care on a family-run bee-keeping farm.
Shipping & Handling
|Shipping||Shipping is either, dry, chilled, or frozen depending on your order.|
|Handling||Keep dry and lid tightly closed. Once opened, honey will naturally crystalize (especially when stored in a cold place). This introduces no safety issues and can be reversed by heating the honey.|
||Check the product label, usually more than 12 months. Keep sealed in original packaging.
|Packaging||Glass jar with lid
*The package has been changed and the label therefore doesn't match the image. Rest assured that the contents are the same.
|Country of Origin||Japan
|Nutritional Facts||Based on 100g serving size
Total Fat: 0.0g
|Infants Warning||Avoid giving raw honey — even a tiny taste — to babies under age 1! Natural clostridium bacteria that cause infant botulism usually thrive in soil and dust - especially raw honey.|
Nishimaki Apiary, with a long history and tradition of about 50 years since its establishment, is a family-run apiary. Located at the foot of the Northern Alps in Nagano Prefecture, the apiary produces honey using only natural ingredients, mainly from Azumino and the coast of Azusa River, a clear stream flowing from the beautiful Kamikochi valley.