Winter White Honey Is Among the Best Tasting Honey Varieties in the World
Winter white honey – remember that phrase and start buying it now because it is among the most delicious and amazing honey varieties in the entire world. The name winter white honey comes from the color of the honey, which is derived from the wildflowers in the Rocky Mountains of Idaho that the honey bees use to create this nectar. It’s white and creamy, not yellow or amber. The flavor is unreal. None of us have ever had anything like it. We opened a bottle and soon everyone was laughing and dipping spoons in eating it like candy.
The flavor has a hint of fruit with an aftertaste of cinnamon, exactly like the product description says. It’s raw honey – you get all the good stuff that comes from what is found in nature. It’s so popular, and so rare, that it sells out of stock quickly and you can only get it from part of the year. Warm it and drizzle it over waffles, scones, toast, and even cinnamon rolls. It’s heaven. I know this sounds ridiculous, but it’s unlike anything we’ve ever tasted. I’m giving you the dividends from our honey research – take it. Add this to your life.
The company that manufactures winter white honey – er, rather, harvests it since it is the bees that manufacture the stuff – is called the Savannah Bee Company, and they have their headquarters in Savannah, Georgia. They sell a wide range of honey and beeswax products that are also worth checking out if you have the time and are interested.
This is instantly one of those things that will now always be in my house, even if I have to special order crates of it while it is in season. Honey itself doesn’t go bad, so the shelf life is indefinite. The reviews are virtually flawless, too, so it’s not just me who feels this way, it’s a mini cult of passionate consumers who buy up the supply when it is announced. People talk about this stuff like it is practically a spiritual experience and I can confirm, it’s amazing.
The quality difference is so high, you will pay for it – depending on where you live and whether it is in season, a 12 ounce jar of winter white honey will run you at least $16.55, sometimes more, which is roughly 430% more per ounce than the cheap stuff you get a mass discount retailer – but it is worth every penny. When you get your first jar, make sure to mix it well to get it back to that wonderful, creamy consistency.
There are still several other honey flavors we need to try. I haven’t gotten my Manuka Honey, which is world famous and made in New Zealand only. As far as dessert honeys go, winter white honey is the honey for my, for the rest of my life. I can’t imagine anything better than this. I’ll still keep going through them all, just like we did we perfumes, teas, coffees, furniture brands, etc., etc., but this is the winner. This is … perfect. It’s not even honey it’s like … ice cream or cake icing or good dreams. Buy it. Buy all you can.
Updates: Here is a video the company posted talking about Winter White Honey.