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Forever Bee Honey 500g

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SKU: HONEY500
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There’s only one thing you’ll find in a bottle of Forever Bee Honey® and that’s pure, natural and responsibly harvested honey. This complex nectar is not just a perfect natural sweetener, it’s good for you too!


A bottle of love from honeybees to you!

• Natural energy booster

• Sweet, rich and smooth

• Vegetarian friendly

• Gluten free

• Can be eaten alone or as a natural food sweetener.

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    There’s only one thing you’ll find in a bottle of Forever Bee Honey® and that’s pure mountain-harvested honey. Mountain bees may take a little longer to make their honey and like a fine wine, the added time lends our honey a more rich and refined flavor. It’s smooth, dark and delicious.

    Honey is a natural sweetener that has long been revered for its healthy and nutritional properties. It not only provides a natural boost of energy, but makes the perfect addition to a cup of Forever Aloe Blossom Herbal Tea®, hot or iced!

    In the calm and quiet Spanish countryside where we harvest our honey, bees gather sweet nectar from lavender and rosemary or groves of oranges to harvest the sweet nectar from the blossoms. As a result, you’ll experience some of those notes in Forever Bee Honey®, alongside essences of sweet spice. The flavors are so layered and complex, you’ll discover something new to love every time you taste it.

    Honeybees are incredibly productive. They produce three to four times more honey than is needed to feed the hive for winter. That’s why humans have been able harvest the nutrition of the hive for thousands of years while preserving the safety of bee colonies.

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