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Wild Oak Honey OLYMPUS 24.7 oz

Wild Oak Honey OLYMPUS 24.7 oz

Regular price $40.00 USD
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  • Unique Characteristics
  • High-Quality Honey
  • Dark color & Robust, Complex Flavor

Wild oak tree honey is rare, very dense and viscous with subtle caramel tones. It is collected from the ancient oak forest of Olympus Mountain, the Centaur mythological home. Oak tree is considered to be Zeus holy tree. Its magical and rich taste is a sweet journey to mythological destinations.

The oak trees in the Mount Olympus region provide nectar for bees, and this has led to the production of a distinctive honey known as "Olympus Honey" or "Wild Oak Honey from Olympus Mountain." The honey is highly sought after due to its unique flavor and the specific plants the bees forage on, such as oak and chestnut blossoms.

Product Details

Each recyclable glass jar contains 24.7 oz / 700 grams of honey.

As a natural product, pure honey may crystallize over time. To restore it to its liquid form, simply warm the jar in a bowl of warm water.

Do not feed honey to babies under one year of age.

Farm Information

Mount Olympus is a prominent and well-known mountain in Greece, and it holds a significant place in Greek mythology and culture.
In Greek mythology, Mount Olympus was considered the dwelling place of the Olympian gods, including Zeus, Hera, and many others. It is often depicted as a sacred and awe-inspiring mountain in Greek folklore.
The region around Mount Olympus is known for its diverse flora and fauna. It's rich in plant life, and the mountain's lower slopes are covered with lush forests, including oak and chestnut trees, which play a significant role in the honey production in the area.
The oak trees in the Mount Olympus region provide nectar for bees, and this has led to the production of a distinctive honey known as "Olympus Honey" or "Wild Oak Honey from Olympus Mountain." The honey is highly sought after due to its unique flavor and the specific plants the bees forage on, such as oak and chestnut blossoms.

Nutrition Facts

Nutrition facts (per 100g)
Energy 1340 kj
Fat 0g, of which saturates 0g
Carbohydrate 80g, of which sugars 70g
Protein 0g
Salt 0,005g

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Pairs Well With

Wild Oak Honey from Mount Olympus, or any high-quality honey with a rich and complex flavor, pairs well with a variety of foods and ingredients. Here are some ideas for pairings:

Cheese: Honey and cheese are a classic combination. Try drizzling honey over a cheese platter with varieties like brie, camembert, gouda, or blue cheese. The sweet and savory contrast is delightful.

Greek Yogurt: A drizzle of Wild Oak Honey from Mount Olympus over a bowl of creamy Greek yogurt is a simple and healthy breakfast or snack.

Fruits: Honey pairs wonderfully with fruits like figs, pears, apples, and berries. It can be used as a topping or a glaze for fruit salads and desserts.

Nuts: Combine honey with nuts such as almonds, walnuts, or pistachios. You can use them in granola, trail mix, or as a sweet and crunchy topping for salads.

Tea: A spoonful of honey is a common natural sweetener for tea. It adds flavor and sweetness to your favorite hot or iced teas.

Desserts: Honey can be used in baking to sweeten cakes, cookies, and pastries. It's also great in desserts like baklava, where its unique flavor complements the layers of phyllo dough and nuts.

Meats: Honey is a versatile ingredient for glazing and marinating meats. It pairs well with chicken, pork, and even grilled seafood.

Roasted Vegetables: Drizzle honey over roasted root vegetables like carrots, sweet potatoes, and parsnips to enhance their natural sweetness.

Salad Dressings: Use honey to sweeten and balance vinaigrette dressings for salads. It pairs especially well with salads featuring bitter greens like arugula or radicchio.

Bread and Toast: Spread honey on warm toast, bagels, or crusty bread for a simple and delicious breakfast or snack.

Ice Cream: A drizzle of honey on top of ice cream, particularly vanilla or yogurt-based flavors, adds a luscious sweetness.

Marinades and Sauces: Honey can be used to create sweet and tangy marinades for grilling or to make glazes for dishes like roasted chicken or ham.

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Urania Vusikas
Wild Oak Honey

Wild IOak honey is a very special and unique Honey ! The healing properties I have seen claimed by this honey are something to consider and do further research on. The flavor is very unique ; dense and concentrated and not as sweet as mot honeys , yet still very appealing. And the very KooL bottle it was delivered in made it a challenge for me to open it , ha , ha , but I'm glad I finally did. I would recommend this honey to any Honey lover.

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