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Radish Honey

Radish Honey is my current favorite.  Not spicy like the plant, it has a sweet-yet-light flavor, with an aftertaste that leaves your mouth a bit dry.


Radishes are pollinated for the seed crops.  Studies have shown that honeybees are responsible for roughly 85% of radish pollination, and produce a 22% increase in the seed crop!


I used Radish Honey for my holiday cooking last December.  It picked up spices well, at least in my pumpkin pies, pecan pies, and banana breads!  Plus, even though it crystallizes quickly, it also liquifies easily and with minimal heat. 


Available Discounts
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6oz and 16oz (1-lb) jarsQuantity
Price
1
$14.00
2-11
$12.50 Each
12+
$11.25 Each
1/2 gallon (6 lbs)Quantity
Price
1-5
As Listed
6+
9% Off
1 gallon (12 lbs)Quantity
Price
1-3
As Listed
4+
11% Off


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Radish Honey, 1 pound

Radish Honey, 1 pound

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This is an odd honey, not exactly spicy, but with a definite zing that leaves your mouth dry. Great on turkey legs and sauces!

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US$14.00
Radish Honey, 1/2 gallon

Radish Honey, 1/2 gallon

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This is an odd honey, not exactly spicy, but with a definite zing that leaves your mouth dry. Great on turkey legs and sauces!

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US$55.00
Radish Honey, 1 gallon

Radish Honey, 1 gallon

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This is an odd honey, not exactly spicy, but with a definite zing that leaves your mouth dry. Great on turkey legs and sauces!

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US$85.00
Radish Honey, 5-gallons

Radish Honey, 5-gallons
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This is an odd honey, not exactly spicy, but with a definite zing that leaves your mouth dry. Great on turkey legs and sauces!

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US$360.00

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