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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4.8 / 5.05 ReviewsI like the packaging, less waste and saves time when emptying .July 9, 2018Purchased
10 months 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.