Coriander Honey

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The rare and exquisite coriander honey comes from coriander fields of the Cordoba countryside in Spain. It comes from the nectar of the beautiful white coriander blossoms. It’s a rare type of honey. The nectar of coriander is highly dependent on weather conditions. Usually, the plant produces it every five to six years. We supply this honey from our ecological and sustainable Spanish beekeeper, Antonio.

Coriander honey starts with a strong floral and herbal flavour with a medium-levelled sweetness and mild sourness that is complemented by a delicate citrus zing. It has bright herbal lemony aroma, creamy consistency and gives a velvety finish on your palate.

Coriander honey is reputed to have benefits for digestion and gut health. It is due to the effects of the small amount of coriander oil the bees bring back after their trips from the fields of coriander blossoms.

You can use this honey in many different ways. It is good with salads and dips due to the delicious zesty flavour. It is also exceptionally great to make healthy lemonades for children in the summertime.

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Unpasteurised and 100% raw honey

We only supply raw honey. This means all our honey are unpasteurised, non-blended, only coarsely filtered and 100% pure just how the bees would like it. This ensures that the natural enzymes, vitamins and minerals are retained in the honey for you to enjoy and benefit from. This makes our honey superior to most honey being sold on supermarket shelves even despite being labelled ‘organic’.

We work directly with our beekeepers

To ensure the quality and origins of our honey, we don’t work with intermediaries. Rather, we work directly with the beekeepers themselves. We only work with the best trustworthy beekeepers who value their bees, the environment and their work ethics.

Pure raw honey crystallises with the passage of time

Because our honey is 100% raw it can crystallise over time. This is normal and it does not mean that the honey has gone off. Simply place the jar of honey in a glass bowl, quarter fill a pan or a pot with boiling water then place the bowl into it. The steam should heat the bowl, which heats the jar without overheating it (you do not want the benefits of the honey to be eliminated by the heat). Keep the water boiling by turning up the heat on the stove. The honey should be in liquid form again in 15 minutes or so (depending on the size).

Read: Why does raw honey crystallise?


– Do not feed raw honey to infants and young children under 12 months of age due to the chance of botulism poisoning. This is not a danger for older children or adults.

– Using large amounts of honey might increase blood sugar levels in people with type 2 diabetes.

– Avoid honey if you are allergic to pollen. Honey, which is made from pollen, may cause allergic reactions.

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Weight 1 kg