All honey will eventually granulate and the speed of this process depends on what plants the bees have foraged on. Commercial honeys are often flash heated as part of their process to extend shelf life and prevent granulation but in doing so it also destroys the nutritional benefits honey can provide.
We do not do this, we simply filter out the odd bits of wax (and bees legs!) during extraction. Our honey will granulate over time as it is a natural product, however it can be restored to liquid consistency again by either of the following:
1. Loosen the top and stand the jar in hot water. Heat very gently until the honey becomes liquid.
2. Remove the lid, place in a microwave on the lowest setting. Remember the honey in the centre of the jar will continue to become liquid after the heating time has finished.
Overheating will mar the taste and health benefits.
We hope you enjoy your honey.....the bees have worked hard to produce this.
Store at room temperature out of direct sunlight and away from direct heat sources
Children under the age of 12 months should not be given honey.
Pediatricians recommend waiting until babies are at least 12 months old before introducing honey into their diet allowing time for the digestive and immune system to mature.