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Wehrloom Chamomile Infused Appalachian Mountain Honey 6 oz
Wehrloom's chamomile infused honey is a combination of their local Appalachian Mountain honey mixed with organic dried chamomile flowers. Given time the honey takes on a delicate floral hint of the chamomile flavor for a wonderful spin on an already nearly perfect product.
Consuming local honey is a great option for folks who suffer from spring allergies!
Nectar sources for this honey may include: willow, maple, tulip poplar, dandelion, clover, sumac, locust, holly.
All the honeys we sell are raw, meaning they are not heated and pasteurized, and are only lightly filtered. This helps to retain that fresh from the hive taste and all the corresponding health benefits. Raw honey will tend to crystallize, some naturally do this quicker than others. If you find your honey starting to crystallize, gently warm it on the stove with the sealed glass jar in a pan of warm water. This slow heating will remove the crystal without altering the honeys flavor or destroying the natural enzymes that make honey healthy.
About Wehrloom Honey
In 2010 Aron and Jessica Wehr, along with their two daughters Anna and Abby, made what at the time seemed like a brief stop along the road of life in Robbinsville, North Carolina. It didn't take long for the people, the pace, and the natural beauty of Robbinsville to land a place in the Wehr's hearts. They were home. During the early days of being in Robbinsville, Aron bought Jessica two hives of bees as a Christmas gift. They both quickly became fascinated by honeybees and what started out as two, quickly became hundreds. The Wehr's were on the path to creating Wehrloom Honey.