I’ve recently become acquainted with Really Raw honey, which has undoubtedly become a favorite sweet pick-me-up. The award-winning flavor, heavenly aroma, crunchy cappings, and nutritious qualities has led me to the conclusion that this as the best raw honey I’ve ever tried. A happy bonus: Thrive Market is giving away free jars this week!
“Be like the honey bee, anything it eats is clean, anything it drops is sweet, and the branch it sits upon does not break.” – Imam Ali (AS)
Never heated and never strained, Really Raw honey is creamy, dense, smooth and spreadable with sweet golden honey cappings: crunchy bits of honeycomb, pollen, and propolis (that are oh, so good). Gathered from fields of wildflowers planted by nature in the United States, this raw honey is a natural gift from the bees. It’s delicious right from the spoon, and it’s truly the best raw honey I’ve come across.
Today (September 22nd) through September 28th, all new Thrive Market members get a free jar of Really Raw honey, and all existing members get a free jar of the good stuff with their next purchase over $50.
Really, the Best Raw Honey
“Aerodynamically the bumble bee shouldn’t be able to fly, but the bumble bee doesn’t know it. So it goes on flying anyway.” – Mary Kay Ash
One whiff of Really Raw honey, with its distinctive aroma of wildflowers, tells you this is something special. With your first taste, you’ll know you are eating something utterly extraordinary. The flavor is unlike any honey on the market. The bees choose the color, flavor, and texture of the honey by the varieties of wildflowers and herbs they forage. The company retains these qualities and all the nutrients the bees put in by making sure that the honey is never strained, never filtered, and never heated.
Whether you add a spoonful to your tea, drizzle some over oatmeal, or use it as a sugar substitute, honey is an indispensably sweet staple in most kitchens. But, if you’re used to buying honey that comes in the cute plastic bear bottle, you’re not getting the best quality honey.
If you’ve never tasted Really Raw honey, you’re in for a sweet surprise–this is how honey is meant to taste. This unstrained, raw honey is the good stuff: Full of honeycomb, propolis, and pollen, every spoonful of Really Raw honey contains natural goodness. Plus, it delivers plenty of sweetness without the immediate blood sugar spike from refined sugar, making it a healthier choice for satisfying a sweet tooth.
The flavor of this honey is worlds above the over-processed mainstream brands you’ll find on many grocery store shelves—and the accompanying nutritional benefits are even better. Really Raw honey is not only organic and Paleo-friendly, but since it’s never processed or heated, it retains all kinds of health benefits. Raw honey can help alleviate seasonal allergies, boost the immune system, and even soothe a sore throat. Not to mention, slathering a bit of this honey on cuts and scrapes can help heal the skin.
Some added bonuses:
- Really Raw sources all of its honey from local beekeeping operations, never transporting their bees to pollinate commercial crops.
- They embrace traditional, local in-season only, low-stress beekeeping that helps keep their bees healthy.
- They don’t barrel their honey, packing each year’s new crop by hand, straight from “hive to jar,” as they have for over 30 years, in the USA.
This all means that every jar tastes just like the seasonal honey you’ll find at your local farmers market.
Now is the perfect time to try a spoonful of the best raw honey on the market, because Thrive Market is offering all new members a free jar of Really Raw honey! And existing members can score a free jar, too, with their next purchase over $50.
Seriously, try this honey. I absolutely, wholeheartedly recommend it. It’s so good.
Do you love honey? Have you ever tried raw honey? Please share your thoughts or any favorite recipes using raw honey with me in the comments.
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Stay sweet. As Amma would say: “Be like the honeybee who gathers only nectar wherever it goes. Seek the goodness that is found in everyone.”