Creamed honey's natural tendency is to turn to liquid over time and the higher the temperature, the quicker this happens. When we pour the honey into the jars, it's very warm and liquid form and that's how our jars get filled. However, during the colder months of the year - the honey hardens.
And before, we dive further into the difference between our honey and what you are probably seeing in the stores, let me first start by assuring you that there is nothing wrong with the honey - it's not old (because we make new batches all the time and the products go out the door almost as soon as they are created) and because honey is a rare product that doesn't get old or spoiled (see below) - it's in perfect condition and it's a sign that this honey is REAL.
It simply needs to be de-crystallized. Simply place it into a container of hot water for about 15-20 minutes or so, and then stir it well (this technique ourselves and recommended it to customers and it works very well).
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