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Sun River Honey

Lemon Creamed Honey Gift Set + Mystery Mini

✔️ 500g of your selected infusion + a fun little mystery flavor, randomly selected for every one of these gift sets!

✔️ Cute wooden honey dipper

✔️ Unique bio-degradable packaging

✔️ We plant 1 sq ft of Pollinator Pasture for every jar sold!

✔️ The best honey you've ever tried or your money back!

Regular price $27.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $27.00 USD
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This perfectly curated box set comes with a 500g jar of Lemon infused creamed honey, a 50g surprise MYSTERY FLAVOR, a 4x6 card about our eco-packaging and pollinator pasture program and a cute wooden honey dipper. Each box arrives at your door in our elegant packaging including fully biodegradable foam to keep your honey safe during transit without impacting the environment. Give as a gift or save for yourself and enjoy the tasty experience waiting inside!

 

Featured Review

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"Absolutely amazing! My daughter said that the lemon was “pure heaven”. Can’t wait to try the cinnamon one on toast."

- Tony Revitt

Details

Lemon infused honey combines our proprietary soft creamed Black Label honey with real lemon. Like all our Black Label honey, our Lemon infused honey is unpasteurized, always soft and spreadable, and always contains its natural pollens.

Ingredients

Ingredients: Honey and Lemon (citric acid, lemon oil, lemon juice)

Sweet and Healthy Uses

Spread for bread or toast
Substitute for icing
Combine with yogurt
Drizzle over granola
Natural sweetener in home cooking and baking
Sauce
Dip
Tea, coffee or honey water sweetener
Cold beverage sweetener (using it in white sangria is a must!)
Glaze on fish or BBQ meats
Drizzle on hors d’oeuvres
Scoop it right out of the jar!

Giving Back

For every jar you buy, we plant 1 square foot of Pollinator Pasture. Pollinator Pastures are areas of land that are dedicated to providing a high-quality variety of blossoming plants as forage for both honeybees as well as wild pollinators.

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