Of course, by now we all know the benefits of raw honey. And, while some people swear by local honey being the only version they will eat, I fell in absolute love with this Patagonian honey from Chile. Every jar comes from one beekeeper and one harvest. They work through a women-run cooperative in Chile that helps partner these beekeepers with businesses that purchase the honey through fair-trade pricing to get it on the market.
Ulmo honey is made from the nectar of the flowering Ulmo tree, which blooms only 6-8 weeks a year. It is native to the temperate rainforests of Patagonia at the bottom of South America. The resulting honey is creamy and extremely floral, with notes of jasmine and mint.
9 oz. jar.