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Acacia Honey

Acacia Honey

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Regular price Rs. 900.00
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Nestled in the serene and pristine Himalayan valleys, where abundant flora thrives, lies the origin of Raw of Acacia honey. Made by bees from the nectar-rich white flowers of the native Acacia (Robinia pseudoacacia) trees, this exquisite honey boasts a pleasant pale yellow hue and unrivaled clarity. Collected in the untouched meadows, it offers a pure, unprocessed, and nutrient-rich treasure that provides immense health benefits and promotes overall well-being. Indulge in the velvety texture, warm aroma, and amber-colored sweetness of this rarity harvested only in small batches every year.

Why is Acacia honey rare?: Raw Acacia honey is a prized rarity, made by bees from the elusive nectars of the beautiful and fragrant white and pale yellow flowers of Robinia pseudoacacia (a special variety of Babool), harvested in small batches for a very limited period each year. Its exquisite taste and limited availability make it a coveted delicacy sought after by connoisseurs.

What’s in the jar?

Single-origin and unblended, raw and unprocessed, monofloral Wild Acacia honey

Taste Profile

Acacia honey delights the palate with its exquisitely light and delicate flavor. It has a subtle sweet taste and smooth and refined profile, with hints of floral notes. This unique honey allows you to indulge in generous portions without feeling weighed down or overwhelmed by excessive sweetness, making it a perfect substitute for processed jams and calorie-laden sweeteners.


The Raw Acacia Honey showcases a radiant honey-colored glow, encompassing shades from translucent brilliance to a shimmering touch of amber. Immerse your senses in its gentle fragrance and savor the exquisite sweetness of its light, ethereal flavor.

Versatile uses

Raw Acacia Honey’s mild and delicate floral flavor makes it the number one choice for culinary purposes, making it an ideal sweetener for beverages, desserts, and other foods.

  • Enjoy a tablespoon of Acacia honey in lukewarm water for maximum benefits.
  • Drizzle it over salads as a delicious dressing.
  • Drizzle it over spongy pancakes, crunchy toast, pastries or breakfast bowls or yogurt for a mouthwatering treat.
  • Consume a tablespoon of Acacia honey directly.
  • Its thin consistency spreads easily on breads and biscuits.
  • It can also be used as a natural skin moisturizer or lip balm.
Goodness and Health Benefits

Experience the wholesome goodness of Wild Acacia Honey, a guilt-free delight that nourishes your body and delights your taste buds. With its low glycemic index (GI) and high natural fructose content, this raw honey is a perfect fit for diabetics (consult your healthcare provider before consumption). Packed with antioxidants, amino acids, enzymes, minerals, and anti-inflammatory properties, this rare honey boosts immunity, enhances mind and memory, and soothes respiratory issues. Its prebiotic benefits relieve gastrointestinal discomfort, while the potent flavonoids make it an exceptional remedy for coughs. Enjoy the mild flavor and fragrance that calms the brain and alleviates stress. With its antibacterial, antiseptic, antiviral, and antifungal properties (due to the presence of hydrogen peroxide), it's a versatile healer for wounds, sores, acne and respiratory ailments. Suitable for allergic individuals due to its natural antimicrobial properties and low pollen content. Embrace the holistic benefits of Acacia Honey and savor the sweetness vitality it brings.

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    Raw Honey should not be given to infants younger than a year old due to the risk of botulism. If you have known allergies to bee products or pollen, exercise caution when consuming raw honey.


    Raw honey has an almost indefinite shelf life if stored properly. Store it in a tightly sealed container in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight, humidity, and extreme temperatures. Do not refrigerate.


    Over time and often in low temperatures, raw honey may naturally crystallize, but this does not affect its quality or nutritional value. It is completely safe but can make it look grainy and sugary. Place the jar in a warm water bath to restore consistency.


    Raw honey is high in natural sugars, including fructose and glucose. People with diabetes should monitor their honey consumption and work with a healthcare professional to incorporate it into their meal plan while managing sugar levels.


    Heating honey or mixing it in hot beverages/food products (above 40°C causes honey to degrate and lose its natural enzymes and beneficial properties. Consuming such Honey will do no good to the body.


    Use a clean and dry spoon when scooping honey from the jar to prevent introducing foreign substances. Avoid using wet spoons. The presence of moisture can lead to fermentation/spoilage. Discard the jar in such a case.