June Wild Flower Blooms, Ontario small batch golden liquid honey from Beekeeper Graeme Foers of Lost Meadows in Egbert, Ontario - Graeme produces some of the most amazing small-batch honey that we have tried and we have tried a lot of honey.
This June golden honey from the Muskoka Lakes, Ontario has notes of caramel & burnt toffee with a light apple finish.
Each batch has flavours that are unique to the meadow and the flora in which the bees foraged, not to mention this honey is raw, unfiltered and wild. When honey is kept in its purest form, aka unaltered or pasteurized, you receive its true, unique flavour notes.
Our impact on the natural environment is key; at Lost Meadows, they practice low impact honey harvesting. This means that no fume boards or sprays are used. The bees are gently brushed off, back into their hive when the honey is harvested.
When it comes to your well-being, raw honey is where it's at. When honey is left in its purest form, it has MANY health benefits such as being antibacterial.
Drizzle in tea, on toast, pancakes, granola, fried halloumi cheese and in salad dressing. The possibilities are endless with this natural sweetener.
If you would like more information on Graeme's products, we encourage you to check out his website