Wedderspoon Organic, Inc., 100% Raw Organic, New Zealand Wild Rata Honey, 17.6 oz (500 g) (Discontinued Item)
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- Product of New Zealand
- Unpasteurized Honey
- USDA Organic
- Non GMO Project Verified
- Certified by Ecocert Canada
Sourced from the beautiful crimson red Wild Rata trees native to the remote, protected, high elevation areas of New Zealand's South Island. Wild Rata trees only flower every two to three years making Wild Rata unique, rare honey. This thick and creamy honey is free from pesticides, preservatives, additives and antibiotics. Wild Rata honey has a distinctive, mild, buttery flavor, and is considered by many honey connoisseurs as one of the finest honeys in the world.
At Wedderspoon Organic, we bring you the finest in organic products because we know quality & authenticity matters. We want our honey to arrive to you in its purest form so we guarantee the following:
- Chemical and Pesticide Free honey
- Antibiotic Free Honey
- Never feeding the bees sugar
- Hives are made from environmentally friendly material
- Each jar is traceable back to master beekeeper
- Area of forage is 5 km from intensive farming
Raw organic rata honey
Store in a cool, dry place.
No need to refrigerate once opened.
|Serving Size: 1 tbsp (21 g)|
|Servings per container: about 24|
|Amount Per Serving:||% Daily Value*|
|Total Fat||0 g||0%|
|Total Carbohydrate||17 g||6%|
|*Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.|
Except for a liquorice light bitterness, it is good. -- Has similar consistency, smoothness, and taste as condensed sweetened milk. -- "Creamed honeys, like our products, have been slightly heated up to slow down the crystallization process. However, low temperature and timing is necessary to preserve the raw unpasteurized state of the honey."
Honey is perfect stuff to add in your life. I live in country where we have other kind, consistency honeys. Our honey is very strong and very quickly it is getting very thick and uncomfortable to use. You need to warm it in your mouth or otherwise. It can even irritate your stomach if you consume it much. And couple years ago, I was google'ing and searching for something really good for my dog's stomach, which was sensitive that time. And I found Manuka honey. Of course, I gave it a try and bought it from ebay for my beloved dog. It was very different from our European country's honey, because it was New Zealand's product. My dog just loved it so much. Tell the dog: 'Manuka' and dog is here, near you :) And yes, it helped to dog's stomach. But as time gone by, I found that Manuka honey become pretty expensive here and there. So I was searching again for maybe other, the same good and unique New Zealand's honey and I have found this - Rata. Only other store had better price and I have bought it there ;) But I thought I will write review here, too, because I think that only few people know that dogs can love good honeys so much and get benefits from them.
I eat this by the spoon.
Posted by 5433333151457290904 on Nov 07, 2015
I like this more than other Wedderspoon honeys and I've tried many of their Manuka honeys. I only wish it was less expensive. I've found it sold online for less than $17 elsewhere.
not bad but why is it more watery
Posted by 5610723892413074260 on Sep 24, 2015
Honey is not bad but wonder why is it runny? The honey i usually get is creamed based but this time round all the three bottles i ordered are runny. It is not bad but just a bit concern. Can someone explain?
Posted by 5695792642871852192 on Jul 24, 2015
This is the second time I'm buying this. It's absulotlly amazing I use it for my pancake, yogurt or tea and it's organic too !
Thick and Very Sweet
Posted by 4952178114885758828 on Jun 14, 2015
Honey was of a good, thick consistency. It's one of the sweetest honeys I've ever tasted, a bit too sweet for my liking - better for using in teas, the flavour really stands out.