Lavender & Ginger Infused Honey 250 Gram

Weir's Lane Lavender & Apiary

$9.50 

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250g. Local Honey, infused with lavender and ginger.

We use honey from another local apiary for this product. (Note that the honey from our hives is only sold at our farm store when released in August/September).

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Infused Honey Types:  Choose from Lavender, Lavender & Cinnamon, and Lavender & Ginger. Each has a distinctive taste.  110 g and 250 g.  

Also enjoy a DIY lavender infused honey (500 g). We give you the honey with buds inside the jar -- takes 4-6 weeks to infuse.  At the end of the infusion, you can strain out the lavender and use the buds in your favourite tea or in cooking.

All of our honeys are unpasteurized.

NOT ALL FLAVOURS ARE ALWAYS IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE. WE WILL CONTACT YOU IF THERE IS A WAIT TIME FOR YOUR ORDER.

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All of our lavender and the lavender we use in our products use no pesticides and we follow organic bee keeping practices. We are a small business that works hard to provide quality products at reasonable prices. We'd love to hear from you. Call us at 1-905-627-9208 or email us at weirslanelavender@gmail.com and we'll be happy to answer any questions you have.

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