Mayernik Kitchen is now offering organic local honey from Top of the Mountain Apiary! Our sweet partnership is all set to drive your taste buds into creamy light soft satiety, created exclusively by bees from a smashing mix of wildflowers. Its light amber color, thick and silky texture with floral taste is perfect to go on your morning toasts, teas, porridges, and sauces.
Enjoy this sweet, light, and delicate honey, tailor-made for your everyday treats!
- Local Raw Wildflower Honey
Use a teaspoon or tablespoon in a cup of herbal tea. You can also use it when baking, making breakfast as well as medicine making.
About Raw Honey
Raw Wildflower Honey is exclusively manufactured by bees that have sourced their nectar from the wildflowers. Its taste and aroma varied from season to season, as per the availability of the flowers in bloom. Its multi-floral aroma and taste keep the masses returning to it again and again.
As it is obtained from the wildflowers, it is more potent in dealing with seasonal allergies. It helps relieve constipation, indigestion, dyspepsia, and ulcers. It supports healthy digestion due to the presence of digestive enzymes, prebiotics, antimicrobial agents, and polyphenols. When applied topically, it acts as a demulcent and helps close minor cuts and small wounds. People also use it to ameliorate their lipid profile and have replaced sugar with it to control their blood sugar levels.
Top of the Mountain Wildflower Honey Frequently Asked Questions
What is Top of the Mountain Wildflower Honey?
Top of the Mountain Wildflower Honey is local honey, exclusively manufactured by the bees that collect their nectars from the wildflowers. Its polyfloral taste, unique aroma, and dark-bold color promise its premium quality. Wait no more and add it to your carts to enjoy the thick and silky texture and floral taste that are perfect for your morning toasts, teas, porridges, and sauces.
How to use Top of the Mountain Wildflower Honey?
With Top of the Mountain Wildflower Honey in hand, the field to work in is limitless. Try adding its spot in your coffees and teas or you can enjoy it with oatmeal's, morning toasts, sauces, and ham. You can also experiment with making your own honey butter, salad dressings, mead, soups, honey glazed chicken, and hot toddy cocktails.
Surprisingly, you can also use it to give shine to your lackluster skin, heal minor cuts and wounds, and condition your hair with it.