Orange blossom honey has a sweet and fruity taste that is reminiscent of citrus blossoms. Tastes a bit different than Florida orange blossom, and makes a fantastic mead. This honey is unpasteurized, heated to less than 132° F, and strained through a coarse filter.
Note: If using the honey in your beer: Boil 30 minutes for a hint of sweetness, or for 5 to 10 minutes for more residual sweetness. Either way, it will increase the alcohol content of your brew.
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4.7 / 5.06 ReviewsTasty honeyI like the taste, but would like a bigger sized container to be available.May 21, 2019Purchased
1 month agoI like the packaging, less waste and saves time when emptying .July 9, 2018Purchased
1 year agoOrange blossom cyserLike all orders my hunny come promptly and in one piece but right now it’s just racked and started to aging process of becoming a yummy Orange blossom apple cyser skalMarch 19, 2018Purchased
1 year agoGreat honey for your mead or braggotTasted great....had a good smell...ended up making a braggot with it but it's great and I would make it again.November 6, 2017Purchased
1 year agoFantastic qualityGreat orange notes and a superb honey to work with. Absolutely will but againDecember 21, 2015
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Browse 2 questions Browse 2 questions and 11 answersAbout how many gallons is 6 pounds of honey?BEST ANSWER: 1 gallon of honey weighs approximately 12 lbs so 6 lbs would equate to roughly 1/2 gallon.When do I add honey to my wort?BEST ANSWER: I'd add it at flameout to preserve the aromatics. You could also add it in the primary - honey is inherently sterile.