Eating honey in the comb is a taste sensation as the wax cells pop open and flood your mouth with heavenly honey. You can chew and swallow the wax as it breaks up or you can chew it into a ball and put it in a piece of tissue. Not into chewing wax? Then try spreading a knife full of honey and wax onto freshly toasted bread. The wax melts and adds a delicious flavour to an already mouth-watering taste. This is the rawest form of honey you can buy and mixed with Acacia honey is absolutely delicious.
Picklecoombe House is a working Apiary based in Leicestershire and specialises in honey and Honey products from all over the world
|Energy||1416kj / 333kcal|
|of which saturates||<0.1g|
|of which sugars||69.6g|
Please store upright preferably below 20C .For preferred consistency, warm to soften, chill to harden. Not Suitable for infants under 12 months.
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Acacia & Multiflower Honey , beeswax
Not Suitable for infants under 12 months.
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