Cinnamon Creamed Honey!!!
Our #1 best selling product!
(All sales final. Half pint jar size only.)
"What is it?" This is the most common question we hear. Cinnamon Creamed Honey, is honey that has been whipped and chilled, with powdered Cinnamon added in during the whipping process. No dairy product is added. This IS NOT honey butter. Nothing else is added. After the chilling process, the honey turns out rather firm to thick. Creamed Honey is also known as whipped honey, spun honey, and churned honey. Leave on the counter or place in the frig. The frig makes it thicker, harder.
Tip - Makes an excellent Holiday gift idea! Put a ribbon on it. Done!
"How is it used?" The next most popular question. Used on toast, biscuits, muffins, oatmeal, waffles, bagels, or hot tea & coffee. Or, simply eat it off the spoon, which is a must do! YUM!
"I hear that Cinnamon & Honey together is very healthy for you. Is this true?" Yes! We hear this question often. There are many health benefits to consuming "Cinnamon Honey". The best? Cinnamon Creamed Honey. To die for! Our #1 most popular product & request.
WARNING! This is such a popular product, many families buy multiples, so they can hide them throughout the house. There's often "family competition" for the jar of "Cinnamon Creamed Honey". No kidding here! Serious! If you have a family, particularly with school age teenagers, etc. Your single jar of "Cinnamon Creamed Honey" will quickly go missing. It's that good! Better to buy multiple jars, and hide them from other family members. Many of our customers do so. Ha! You've been warned.
Did you know......that in the European countries, Honey is not considered finished until it's been "creamed" or "whipped". We lived in England from '83 to '86, in the service. We traveled to many countries and towns. Many times when we'd sit down to eat, at restaurants or Cafes, there would be "Creamed Honey" on the table. This was very common. But here in America, we commonly consume "liquid honey", and see "creamed honey" as an odd product. While in Europe, "creamed honey" is very common. We've always found this to be very interesting. Many Americans have never had "creamed honey", much less "Cinnamon Creamed Honey".