Orange Blossom Honey

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This aromatic honey makes fantastic mead.

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This aromatic honey makes a fantastic mead! Our current batch of orange blossom honey is mild, with citrus-orange notes. This honey is unpasteurized, heated to less than 132° F, and strained through a coarse filter.
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Tastes Great
Much thicker than I thought but it really is awesome.
February 6, 2016
No kidding, really does make great mead
12 lb of this, a packet of D47 yeast, and some occasional nutrients over the first couple months, and 6 months later you'll be tasting samples and wanting to bottle. I lasted another 8 months after that, but once I gave in, the bottles only lasted a couple weeks.
February 14, 2010
Awesome Honey
Added 3 lbs of this to American Wheat Beer Kit, now 3 weeks into the bottle. Initial citrus aroma and nice honey hues add to the overall flavor of the beer. Had some friends try who expected a simple light wheat beer, and were surprised at how complex the flavors seemed to be. Will definitely use again in the future.
March 26, 2011
Nectar of the Gods
Best tasting honey I've ever had! I made a sweet mead with this and some lemon balm. It tasted so good it was hard to stop drinking it. Wildflower and clover honey just don't compare.
July 14, 2011
Awesome honey!
I bought a 3 lb jug of this to top up a batch of mead. I used it to top up two 3 gallon batches of mead after primary fermentation. It achieved a strong sweet orange blossom bouquet in the final mead.
December 9, 2009
Full of Awesome
I have found other mead ready honeys for way yo expensive a price. This honey tastes great, works well with others and is a very awesome price. My mead comes out like a boss with this stuff.
October 27, 2013
Liquid Gold
I love this stuff. I've tried other honey from NB and local honey too. However, this honey finishes great at flame-out and offers a great nose to any beer. I particularly liked this in an American Wheat.
October 28, 2011
back sweetening
I recently made a mead with wild flower honey, plums and oranges. I used orange blossom honey to back sweeten and it is delicious. The honey was very fresh.
August 22, 2013
Great honey.
I used 3lbs of this honey with the American Wheat kit. It came out great. I served the beer at a summer party, and it went quickly. Everyone loved it.
March 2, 2011
Pay attention to Price
Nice honey. Added to a Wheat beer. Sugar completely fermented out, but still left behind a slight citrus note.Watch the pricing as currently it is cheaper to purchase four of the 3# containers than one of the 12#. It is also a bit easier to manage if you don't need to use all 12# at one time.
February 14, 2012
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Where is this honey sourced?
N N on Feb 27, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Thank you for choosing Northern Brewer! The honey is sourced by a local company Mel-o honey of Cannon Falls, MN (the inventor of the bear shaped honey bottle). They source the honey from various honey farms across southern California, some of which are just south of the Napa Valley, but mostly around Fresno. I hope that this helps!
How many pounds do I need for a one gallon batch of mead?
M O on Aug 6, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Each pound of honey contributes about 1.040 gravity points per gallon when dilutes to 1 gallon. You probably want about 2 pounds for a 1 gallon batch.
There are no orange groves in Lancaster PA... maybe packaged there? Any idea from where the honey actually originates?
N N on Feb 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hey Nate,

Thank you for choosing Northern Brewer! I am not exactly sure what Russell is talking about. Lancaster, PA has nothing to do with where we source our honey. The honey is sourced by a local company Mel-o honey of Cannon Falls, MN (the inventor of the bear shaped honey bottle). They source the honey from various honey farms across southern California, some of which are just south of the Napa Valley, but mostly around Fresno. I hope that this helps!

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