Bees collect Raw Buckwheat Honey in the last days of summer from the deep nature of Northern Lithuania. Buckwheat honey’s deep mahogany colour perfectly complements its rich, sweet and earthy flavour. And it highly rank within superfoods with its delicate chocolaty undertones.
Buckwheat honey is known for its high level of antioxidants and vitamins. Moreover it boosts immune system. In addition, Dark honey contains way more protein and minerals, especially iron than light honey. That is why it is perfect for people with active lifestyles. Due to its high iron content, it is often used to treat anemia or to improve blood system or blood pressure. It may reduce the risk of heart attack or heart stroke. Raw buckwheat honey enhances nervous system and stress relief.
You may notice that all of our honey changes its structure and sets (crystallises) over time. In addition you may see beautiful light patterns forming on the walls of the jar. These are all natural signs of honey which has not been pasteurised or processed. The light patterns are commonly known across Baltic beekeepers as the “honey frost”. These patterns are formed due to glucose and fructose composition in all natural honey. Glucose tends to
Deep flavours of buckwheat honey well accompanies BBQ sauces, blue cheese salad, and mint tea.
Store in cool, dry place.
It is natural characteristic for raw honey to set (crystallise). Should crystallisation occur, gently warm the jar in hot water.