Annas Honey in Pint Plus Jars - Blackberry -  36 Ounce

Blackberry Honey Large Mason Jar - Annas Honey - 36oz

5.00 stars, based on 5 reviews
Blackberry Honey from Anna's Honey is an excellent source of natural antioxidants. The blackberry flower, from which our Pacific Northwest bees retrieve the nectar used to make the honey, contains high levels of antioxidants which help to boost the...

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Anna's Blackberry Honey

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Treasure Island, Florida
I decided to open an old jar of honey to use it up. I was tired of moving it around my cupboards for years. I have moved across country twice since being entrusted with it - not even sure how that happened. To make a long story short, I noticed the word "blackberry". So I had to taste it before putting it in my beloved coffee. My daughter, standing beside me, laughed so hard at me she began to snort (not pretty). My eyes lit up and before I knew it, these words came out of my mouth as I turned away from my coffee. "This is way too good for my coffee!" which makes no sense because I absolutely love my coffee. The next thing you know, my spoon had delved in again...and again...and again. What was I thinking not enjoy this wonderful treat sooner??? The slight hint of berry gives it a light "happy" flavor.

Anna's Natural Blackberry Honey

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Colorful palette
Montana
A friend brought me a jar of Blackberry Honey from Anna's Honey. The texture

and thickness is balanced just right. Some of the best tasting honey that I

have ever tried. It is good in coffee, tea, on vanilla ice cream, just a spoonful by itself. When my jar is gone I will order another!

Blackberry Honey

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Shari
Oroville WA
Love this honey! Quality is excellent, and I always receive it quickly. This is the only place I order honey from!!!

Sweet and Reusable!

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Seattle
I've tried all three variations of Anna's Honey, and while I don't mind using all three, I really think blackberry is the sweetest! Or maybe it's just has the most flavor that I feel I don't need as much to sweeten my tea?



The best part is finishing the jar - I can pour in a little bit of semi-hot water (not too hot and I make sure the jar is a bit warm too) and swish it around to get the last of the honey. After a few extra rinses and peeling off the label, I put it in the dishwasher, and I now have a reusable mason jar! The jar still has the nice smell of honey, so I use it for sweet items like oatmeal, cereal and dried fruit. I like to reuse my pickle jars for salty items like nuts!

The Best Local Honey

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Kent Washington
I started researching honey sources after reading about counterfeit honey (along with counterfeit olive oil, and other foods). I wanted to be assured that I was getting real honey, and locally, too. I hit the jackpot with Anna's Honey. I've been purchasing since 2012. Like another reviewer noted, the blackberry honey is so delicious! So is the clover. I've purchased the mason jar sizes as well as the gallon tub (which is clover). You can't go wrong with either, and I suspect with any of Anna's Honey products. Go for it (& join the email list so you can get take advantage of the sales).
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