Raw Honey Sidr Kashmiri

Dhs. 172.00

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Jar: 1Kg

1Kg
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Kashmiri honey is a premium honey variety from the Kashmir region in India. It has a unique taste and dark amber color. It offers potential antibacterial, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory benefits, and can provide a natural energy boost and support the immune system. Enjoy it as a sweetener or ingredient in various dishes, but remember to consume it in moderation.

Country of Origin: India
Ingredients: 100% Raw Honey

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Frequently Asked Questions

Does honey expire?

The short answer is, no, raw honey never goes off as long as it is stored correctly, which is at room temperature and out of direct sunlight. Archaeologists have even found 3,000-year-old honey whilst excavating tombs in Egypt, and it was perfectly edible! Despite this, we are required by law to put a best-before date on our jars which is usually 2 years from production.

My honey has crystallised, what do i do?

Raw honey will naturally crystallise when it reaches cold temperatures. This happens as the glucose in the honey separates from the water forming crystals. Honey is still safe to eat when it has crystallised, however to return it back to its original form, place the jar in warm water for some time until it liquefies.

Why does the colour of my honey look different?

The colour, taste and consistency of each honey can vary slightly from harvest to harvest, as the nectar and pollen available for the bees to forage on varies throughout the seasons. This is the case with all varieties of single-origin honey since it is a natural product and not processed.

Does your honey contain pollen?

Yes, all our honey is unfiltered which means it will contain traces of pollen, propolis and occasionally small chunks of beeswax.

Is your honey organic?

Some of our varieties are in fact certified Organic. Despite sourcing all of our raw honey from clean, remote locations, for some varieties, however, we cannot claim they are organic due to the complex nature of organic accreditation.