Gingerbread Honey – Christmas on a spoon
This is what happens when you feed your bees Gingerbread cookies 😀
We have created this unique Christmas treat in collaboration with Spice Kitchen and it is mind-blowingly good.
You can use it in hot Toddy, evening tea or your baking. We have dedicated a rapeseed honey for this infusion and the results are both heartwarming and rich in Vitamin C.
Rapeseed Honey –
Botanical name of plant: Brassica napus
Place of harvest: Poland
Colour: greyish to pale white when fully crystalized
Aroma: floral – delicate with a hint of a smell of fields in the spring.
The intensity of smell: light
Flavor: low. Toffie like almost fudgy. Due to the fact that this is churned honey, it has a texture similar to soft set caramel.
Crystallization: Rape honey crystallizes very fast in less than 25 degrees C.
You can always de-crystalize your honey by submerging jar in hot yet not boiling water and let both cooldown. This way you are malting the honey but do not pasteurize it.