Florida Orange Blossom Honey - raw, unfiltered

Enticing and surprising, this medium amber raw honey takes your senses on a journey through the orange grove. Notes of citrus and the tangy rind are playfully intertwined in a not-too-sweet captivating finish


Apiary Location: Florida

Floral Source: Orange Trees (Citrus Sinensis (L.) Osbeck)

Cheese Pairing: Manchego and other aged sheeps cheeses

Fruit Pairing: Lemon, Lemonade

Dairy Pairing: Manchego and other aged sheeps cheeses

Tea Pairing: English Breakfast, Ceylon


Nutritional Facts

Serving size: 1 Tablespoon
16g sugars, 17g carbohydrates, 0g fat, 60 calories
Note! Children under the age of one year should not consume raw honey.



  • What is raw honey?

    Raw honey is not processed, heated or filtered. Raw honey is unique as its floral source this is why the color from varietal to varietal, crop to crop.

  • How should I store my honey?

    Store your honey at room temperature. Even after opening, you do not need to refrigerate the honey.

  • Bee Raw vs. the Honey Bear – so what’s the difference?

    Supermarket honey is a blend of honeys from many different countries and floral origins. There’s no way for you to know exactly where it came from. What we do know is that it is processed, heated, filtered, and treated so that it has that familiar color and translucence that we have mistakenly come to know as “honey.” It is not. Real honey is raw honey. It comes in many colors, textures and opacities. Each honey is as unique as its floral source. (And it does not come in a plastic bear.)

  • Is Bee Raw Organic?

    Bee Raw Honey is 100% natural, unprocessed and unfiltered. It is raw, and by its very nature is organic, but it is not certified “organic.” There are no certified organic honeys in the continental United States. Even though we do not use any pesticides, bees are living things with free will. Theoretically some of them can travel to a neighboring field and sample someone else’s flowers. But that’s not very likely.

  • Does honey spoil?

    Honey does not spoil – ever. It does not need refrigeration either. Just take good care not to drop food particles into the honey. Raw honey does crystalize. That is perfectly natural and does not mean the honey is bad.

Type: Treats

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