Light-Amber Honey Blend

$4.99

SKU# U037

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Excellent value, light-amber color, neutral flavor make this a good base for sweet, fruit, and spiced meads.

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Light-Amber Honey Blend

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We offer this honey for its excellent value. Unlike the varietal honeys we sell, this honey is sourced from many nectar sources and then blended to produce a highly consistent product. Light-amber color, neutral flavor make this a good base for sweet, fruit, and spiced meads. Pasteurized and filtered.
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Good flavor
Mae a very nice sweet mead. Has great flavor and was easy to work with.
March 25, 2016
Honey for Mead
I have used this blend for several batches of mead so far, and it works great. Tends to crystalize, so it needs to be heated
October 1, 2015
cheap and makes a good tasting mead
a very sweet honey, a very pungent smell and looks very nice
January 30, 2014
Just what I needed
I used this honey in a sweet mead with a hint of peach. It's just perfect for a mead where the honey isn't the only base for flavor.
January 25, 2014
tastes great smells good
Look forward to tasting the mead I made, Cherry Vanilla and brown sugar cinnamon, unfortunately it will be a while as it has to age awhile. Would buy again.
December 31, 2013
perfect
used 3lbs in a 10 gallon batch of pumpkin ale. excellent aroma and flavor. will buy again.
March 13, 2012
Just as Described
We used this as a base for our orange, cinnamon and clove mead. It made the perfect base just as the description said. I will buy this again.
August 9, 2010
Nice balance of sweet and savory
I decided to go with the amber blend to save a little money since I planned on making a bochet (burnt mead) anyway...I tasted this honey before boiling it for the must, and it has a nice, somewhat savory flavor -- not as light and sweet as, say, an orange blossom or even clover honey. It is nutty with a hint of oats and smokiness, so more savory but still has a fair amount of sweetness. No telling how it will turn out in the bochet, but on its own it is pretty nice, and worth saving a few bucks for this sort of purpose (I imagine it would go well with any sort of spiced mead, pumpkin ale, or even for oatmeal, pies, etc.)
July 24, 2012
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