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Acacia honey - Fontainebleau Area 500g

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French pure Acacia honey from the Fontainbleau forest area.

French Acacia honey

Acacia honey is a product very appreciated by consumers, its sweetness and pale yellow color make it very easily recognizable. Its consumption can be done with many other foods or more simply on a piece of bread or in an herbal tea to enjoy its floral taste and also its excellent health properties.

Our rare honey from France will also be appreciated by children because of its light and fruity taste. 

A sweet honey

Acacia honey is very clear, limpid, pale yellow in color. Its aroma is discreetly reminiscent of the scent of the acacia flower. Its flavor is delicate and sweet with floral notes which makes it very appreciated by the general public.

It is practical, solid and pleases the little ones who will adopt it without hesitation. What's more, it remains liquid for a long time, and even when the acacia honey crystallizes, it keeps a very fine texture.

The acacia honey will be appreciated in any type of recipe and is also a classic sugar variant to be preferred,

The benefits of acacia honey

It is considered an intestinal regulator. It is therefore used in addition to herbal tea for intestinal well-being in order to potentiate the effects of the herbal tea and bring even more benefits to the intestinal flora.

Rich in fructose, acacia honey is considered the honey with the lowest glycemic index

A classic in the kitchen

In cooking, Acacia honey is often used in drinks (hot and cold) and desserts. A simple recipe is to sprinkle acacia honey on strawberries to replace sugar or whipped cream.

In dishes, combine it with mild flavoured meats such as poultry, pork, duck or lamb. Try roasted guinea fowl with acacia honey and you won't be disappointed! Its delicate flavor also makes it a perfect match for salmon or tuna.

Acacia honey production

The flowering of the acacia is very fragile. These large flowers freeze easily, dry because of the north wind or fall under the blows of a strong rain.

With the climate change and the brutal changes in weather that characterizes it, the production of acacia honey in France is more and more random that's why this honey is so precious.

The majority of our livestock is located in the Parc Naturel du Gâtinais français, near Fontainebleau. The forests of Ile de France being very dense in acacia (robinia).

Our French Acacia honey has not been treated with pesticides but with an environmentally friendly organic process. It is guaranteed free of neonicotinoids

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Recurring questions

Is your honey labtest ?

Yes of course, lab tested in Katmandu and Paris. You can ask for it at info.beelixir@gmail.com

Is Mad Honey legal ?

Mad honey is legal in the European countries and in the majority of the others, this honey is however prohibited in India, Mexico, Brazil, Canada & Australia

How long does honey keep?

The date on the jars is an indication of freshness: honey can be kept for several years without ever becoming unfit for consumption, but over time it may lose some of its aromas and taste characteristics.

Is your honey pasteurized?

Absolutely not, on the contrary, we prioritize a natural honey which will not have undergone any transformation, except a light filtering to remove the large particles of propolis, pollen and wax which are naturally found in honey. In order to be a supplier of BEELIXIR, each beekeeper is bound by a set of specifications.

Why is there mottling in my jar?

Honey has a low thermal conductivity, unlike glass jars. Under the effect of a variation in temperature, the jar undergoes a slight expansion while its contents will keep its shape. An empty space is then created and will be occupied by air: marbling appears. They are a sign of low humidity of the honey and therefore of a good storage capacity. They prove that the honey has not undergone any handling that could alter its structure: heating, mixing, etc...

Is it normal for my honey to change its appearance?

Honey crystallizes naturally. There can therefore be two phases if it is in the process of crystallization (liquid phase on top, solid phase underneath).

Is honey lower in calories than sugar?

Honey is 25% less caloric than sugar (100g sugar = 400 kcal, 100g honey = 300 kcal), and its sweetening power is 1.3 times higher than sucrose.

Can I put my honey in the fridge?

It is not recommended to keep your honey in the fridge. The cold increases the phenomenon of crystallization and therefore hardening.

Crystallized honey? You put sugar in it?

Each beekeeper who is a partner of Beelixir is bound by a simple and yet very strict set of specifications, as there are no compromises. We do not add sugar to our honey. It is moreover forbidden by law. This fraudulent process is called the adulteration of honey. An article of the CETAM of Lorraine denounces the frauds (labelling --> origin) or adulteration on the honeys of China. Most often sold in a totally opaque way under the name "honeys from EC / non-EC countries". This name, which is legal, often covers a high proportion of honey from China.

I have two identical honeys at home, but they don't taste the same. Is that normal?

The taste of a honey is the result of several uncontrollable factors: The climate, the gleaned flowers, etc... In this respect, a honey will always be a unique, 100% natural product, for which bees decide to eat the flowers according to their desires. The taste can therefore vary slightly from one harvest to another.

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This honey is really very good and especially my children love it. It's the first time that I taste a French honey and it has nothing to do with the worm honey at home.