Sarah’s Wonderful Honey Review

When I was very small and living in Kenya, my dad used to sell honey. He used to travel to the countryside and buy big batches of honey combs and then process and bottle the honey. I don’t remember what the process was for getting the honey but I do remember what that honey smelt and tasted like. I also have memories of lots of bees buzzing about and have always loved watching them. Having grown up with natural and tasty honey, it’s always been very hard for me to find good quality honey in UK unless I buy the expensive range.    I was sent a few bottles of Sarah’s Wonderful Honey  to review and I have become a big fan of this thick set honey with a range of fruit, nut and spice infusion which gives the honey an interesting taste. The honey is  packaged beautifully and would be good to give as a gift on their own or in a gift hamper.  Their full range includes Blossom Honey with Ginger, Lemon, Orange, Cinnamon, Mango, Acacia Honey with Sour Cherries, Walnuts, Blueberries, Raspberries and Mixed Berries.   The honey is versatile and can be used  to add to your tea, cereal, on your toast or add it to your cooking.

Products in the range have been awarded with three Great Taste Awards as well as Gulfood Awards.  Sarah’s Wonderful Honey is signed up to the Bord Bia Origin Green Sustainability Charter and is committed to sourcing honey from ethical bee keeping.

I would recommend using the acacia honey with berries on your toast.  It tastes delicious – sweet with just the right blend of fruity taste. I never knew honey could taste this good with the addition of fruit .  What do you like on your toast?

The honey and lemon in hot water was delicious too.   It’s great to have this as a hot drink in the morning instead of tea or coffee.

There are still several blends for me to try and I am really looking forward to that.  Doyou have any favourite honey?

Disclaimer: I was provided with the free products in return for my honest review. All thoughts and opinions expressed in this Post are mine and not influenced by anyone.

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