Pure, unfiltered honey that sits for a while on the shelf will sometimes begin to form crystals. There's nothing wrong with it – crystallization of sugars is a natural occurrence. In just 3 easy steps, you can bring your honey back to a liquified state.
Place your unlidded jar upright in a pan of warm water, keeping the stove burner on the lowest setting. Don't boil the jar—and never nuke your honey! Gentle warming will melt the crystals without destroying the antioxidants, amino acids, enzymes, and other beneficial nutritional components.
Stir honey occasionally
Bring the jar of honey out of the pan one you reach a liquified state. Screw lid back on and store!
We're often asked what makes our honey special. And we have a long list of answers — it's pure, raw, unfiltered, undiluted, unblended, never processed or pasteurized...