Forever Bee has a wide collection of Raw Honey, Flavoured Honey, Beeswax and more. We have collected a lot of recipes over the years, some we made on our own, some we found online, the best ones have come from our customers! Check back often we update our collection as new recipes are found.
Liquid Wildflower Raw Honey - 2.25L (3KG)|
This product is sold out until Summer 2023. Please add your email to our out of stock notification list to be alerted when pre-order begins.
Forever Bee Liquid Wildflower Honey is a sweet, raw, unfiltered, pure, Alberta Honey, straight from the hive. Liquid honey is available during the summer harvest season every year (July and August). Our Honey is still raw which means it has never been heated and therefor all the benefits and natural content of the honey are still intact. This honey is also unfiltered and contains many delicious and beneficial compounds such as bee pollen and propolis.
Many people use raw honey daily on their toast, peanut butter sandwiches, in tea or coffee, cooking, and baking. It is also popular for use when having a sore throat , cough, cold or cuts and burns. We have a growing recipe collection here for inspiration https://foreverbee.ca/recipes
Raw honey has no expiration date and will not go bad when used correctly. Always use a clean dry spoon, excess moisture can cause honey to spoil.
Remember that all raw liquid honey will crystallize. This is a normal development for all liquid honey. Refrigeration will speed up the crystallization process, honey is best stored in the pantry at consistent room temperature. If your honey has crystallized and you would like it to be liquid again, just place the container in a pot of warm water to thaw the crystals & maintain nutrients. See this video from Annanie about honey crystallization here https://youtu.be/dAT3Jayl9-A
- Raw, Unfiltered honey that still contains all the benefits nature intended
- Liquid texture is perfect for pouring in tea, coffee, and measuring for baking
- This honey will crystallize or harden, it’s still ok to use this way
- Harvested in the Foothills of Southern Alberta, Canada
- Small, family-owned and operated apiary where we care about our environment, bees and customers