Bees collect Raw Buckwheat Honey in the last days of summer from the deep nature of Northern Lithuania. Buckwheat honey's deep mahogany colour perfectly complements its rich, sweet and earthy flavour. And it highly ranks with its delicate chocolaty undertones.
You may notice that all of our honey changes its structure and sets (crystallises) over time. In addition, you may see beautiful light patterns forming on the walls of the jar. These are all-natural signs of honey which have not been pasteurised or processed. The light patterns are commonly known across Baltic beekeepers as the "honey frost". These patterns are formed due to glucose and fructose composition in all-natural honey. Glucose tends to crystallise faster than fructose and so forms a "frost" like pattern.
Store in a cool, dry place. It is a natural characteristic of raw honey to set (crystallise). Should crystallisation occur, gently warm the jar in hot water.
Once again great taste for your Buckwheat honey. 👍😊
It really is the Best Honey during the cold season. Taste is really good and even better with Ginger and Cinnamon. I wish there are more other types of raw honey (such as Dandelion, Kiawe, Ikaria etc.) available on this site.
Different from your normal golden coloured honey both in taste and looks. It definitely has an acquired taste. It might not be for everybody, very deep, rich with an earthy aftertaste. I personally like it, I feel it would be good as a glaze rather than in my herbal teas
Love buckwheat honey. This is just the right consistency and colour. Keep recommending it to people
I love the rich, intense and real taste of this honey. I tried lots of different ones in the past but this one is amazing. I want to eat it all.😄 I am very happy from the quality and definitely will be buying more in the future. Very important,as well,that the owner is cultivating a natural breeding of Bees 🐝🐝🐝They need our protection.