acacia honey

acacia honey
500g glass

Article-No.: 15-2
EAN-Code: 4002918150507
PU: 12

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  • Product description

    Sweet acacia honey with origin in the EU- and non-EU-countries. 
    Perfect for sweetening tea, sweet desserts and refining salad dressing or cold summer drinks. 

  • acaciahoney

    This liquid, bright and clear honey, which is mild, very sweet and nearly neutral in taste. This honey will be collected from may to june. 
    Due its high fructose content, it remains liquid for a long time. 

    This honey is perfect for sweetening teas, desserts, in cereals and of course for baking.

  • honey-almond-cereals

    Preparation time:
    20 Minutes
    Additional time:
    20 Minutes
    Difficulty simple simple

    Ingredients for 4 Persons

    325g oat flakes
    80g shaved almond 
    1/2 tbs cinnamon 
    1/2 tbs salt
    100g coconut oil 
    125g Honey Wernet´s acaciahoney 

    The honey almond crunchy muesli should not be missing on any breakfast table, the crunchy, slightly sweet taste combined with fruit or a yoghurt is a must for all muesli fans. A good start in the day.

    preheat the oven at 180C .
    mix oatmeal, almonds, cinnamon and salt. Add coconut oil and honey and combine everything.
    Put the dough on a baking tray and bake it for 10 minutes.
    Take the baking tray out of the oven and turn the dough.
    Bake again for 10 more minutes. 
    Let it cool down and fill the cereals in a airtight glass. 

  • How many flowers do bees have to visit for 1kg of honey?

    For 1 kg of honey, the bees need to collect about 3 kg of nectar or honeydew, which conforms about 60,000 honey-stomach fillings.
    In order to fill this honey stomach once approx. 15 to 100 blooms (depending upon flower type) must be flown.
    The bee can carry 50mg of nectar on each of her thrilling flights - by the way, this weight is one-third of her total body weight!

    For example, bees need to visit around 900,000 to 1 million flowers for 1 kg of sweet honey.
    During the lifetime of a bee, it produces an average of 2.5 to 3 grams of honey - but this requires it to collect three times the amount of nectar.

    Especially considerable is the route of the bee:
    For 1 kg of honey, the swarm of bees covers a distance of 40,000 to 120,000 km, depending on the flowering time. This corresponds to the single - triple earth circumference of the earth!