"Classic" Wild Prairie Creamed Honey
Chandler's classic organic, raw, creamed honey. All honey is sourced from their Founder, Tique's, family farm in Canada, and creamed for 48 hours for a smooth, buttery texture that is shelf stable.
Some ideas for enjoying the deliciousness of "Classic" Wild Prairie Chandler Honey:
- spread on toast
- add to tea or coffee
- by the spoonful
- homemade milk tea
- honey glazed meats
- over granola and yogurt
- much more!
- Small Size (150g) perfect for a sweet treat with a spoon, a gift, charcuterie boards, or drizzling on top of toast.
- Medium Size (300g) (labeled 250g) perfect for cooking recipes, dipping in tea or coffee, and savouring a bit longer.
- Canadian organic raw honey
- nothing more!
Chandler Honey is always packaged in recyclable glass with metal lids, as well as a paper seal to know you’re getting a fresh jar. We think premium honey deserves a glass home, rather than plastic.
All honey is sourced exclusively from the Chandler family farm in Scandia, Alberta (Scandia Honey Company), which has been in operation since 1937. With a single supplier, we can be sure our honey is pure, unadulterated, and fresh. Our team personally prefers the light colour and flavour of Canadian prairie honey to all else. Here is a link to more information about our process and some FAQs.
Store at room temperature and always keep the lid on when not in use. Shelf life is 5 years (and beyond!) due to the low water content of honey that does not allow bacteria to grow.
To make the honey lower in viscosity (more runny in texture), give the jar a warm water bath. Never microwave honey, as it effectively pasteurizes the product and kills all of the good enzymes and bacteria.
Allergies & Risks
Do not feed raw honey to infants under 1 year old. All raw honey contains enzymes and bacteria that may be too difficult for their little tummies to handle.
All raw honey contains trace amounts of pollen and other bee products such as propolis. Raw honey can be beneficial for people with seasonal allergies, but please be aware that it may cause an allergic reaction in rare cases.